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1988-05-24 - Henderson Home News

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1988-05-24 - Henderson Home News
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Dailey, John ( Columnist )
Brennan, Mark ( Columnist )
Scott, Katherine E. ( Columnist )
Szydelko, Paul ( Columnist )
Evans, Claude ( Columnist )
Scott, Katherine E. ( Photographer )
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HBC Publications, Inc.
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City and town life -- Nevada -- Henderson
Community life -- Nevada -- Henderson
History -- Henderson (Nev.) -- 20th century
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Bond supporters have said crowding in county schools is at a crisis level and without the bonds and school construction to begin immediately, double sessions and year-round schools •School propon6ntB say the would be the norm rather than vote would maintain the cura choice or the exception, rent $.4435 cent property tax Nooppdaition to more schools debt service now used to retire has surfaced, and only one orpast school bonds. ganization, Citizens for Private HENDERSON Enterprise, has advocated a "no" vote. Only six CPE participants attended a recent meeting wbare the group's opposition was announced. CPE reportedly disagrees with the size and amount of the proposal, saying a threeto five-year, $400 miUioD plan would be more appropriate to avoid possible overbuikling and NEVADA'S INDUSTRIAL CENTER misallocation of resouroai. However, bond proponents say that is just the circumstance they wanted to avoid, no assurance of school building growth outside a three-year time frame, with a continuing crisis situation place before votnivty two to four years. Hendersan would receive approximately $100 million of iMMMMMfUM-iaiiHM the $600 million tht may be approved, fw 12 sebods: two hi^ schools, three junior high schools and seven elementary schools. School officials are quick to note the plan's first years meet current needs but within three W2$ Volume 39,41st Edition Henderson, Nevac se-ve-fio C8'ic-io oezfioc Ollh^ AN All3 NOStiVd X3-|fM03 nOlIdVO an 18 m ytBaa Biv9iaoi)iad 22 Water St. 564-1B$1 Tiiesday, May 24, Iflig No disaster decision given Jln^^n^Hik PANEL MEMBER-The Rev. Caesar Caviglia, pastor of St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church in Henderson, is one of two local residents appointed to Governor Richard Bryan's Henderson Commission, created to recommend solutions for better occupational and environment health and safety from Nevada industries. American Nevada Corp. president Mark JPine is the other local resident. by Mark Brennan Home News Staff Writer President Reagan was expected to decide whether to declare Henderson a federal disaster area by last Friday. Friday came and went, no decision was made, and city officials are starting to get a little nervous. A series of explosions at Pacific Engineering May 4 caused an estimated $74 million in damage to Henderson. As the days go by, officials see their chances of attaining federal aid getting slimmer and slimmer.. "I'm concerned," said City Manager Gary Bloomquist. "They said there would be a decision on Friday, I would rather have seen it on Friday. "I wouldn't say the chances are better now," Bkwmquist added. "In fact, they're probably worse. But we haven't given up." Gov. Richard Bryan, in a letter to the Federal Emergency Management Agency's director in Washington, DC, expressed dissatisfaction with the amount of time being taken to make a decision. "I find it particularly distressing .. .," Bryan said. He went on to say that when Nevada had flood problems in 1986, it took just four days to get a response from the president.) As of Monday, 18 days have passed since the Henderson See decision page 4 LONE QUESTIONER-Pam Wak of Henderson was the only member of. the public to address the Henderson Commission, created to recommend addition regulation of industry in Nevada. Thursday the group established the procedures f
f:iU-! by Katherae E. Scott Home News Staff Writsr In a brief ceremony Thursday the Henderson city council dedicated Henderson's two newest fire stations, cutting the ribbon at station three on Lake Mead Drive. City manager Gary Bloomquist conunented it was 'Interesting to be dedicating this particular building with the buckled doors." The large warehouse type doors in the firetruck bay had been damaged by the May 4 Pepoon blasts. Fire Department Chief Dale Starr said the timing was iroiuc due to the blast. "^Some of our equipment was damaged due to the explosion," he added, sayin^^thi^'Warttbaiog. "costconscioiis" in the nplaoeiMnli. He then introduced Traddie," a miniature fire tmek which opened his eyes, turnsd on his siren and rdled tote front to the laughtsr and i^ SM fhft page 2 :*v^-' I

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raft I Mt p ti f i n mmm Nwt, Hto^arMa, Nania ttmdMf, May U Commission poiis citizens on annuai iegisiative sessions bgr labs Dillaur OM alibi iltlt^ Mat dia> laur ivinthiNaviriiLagkktaM'k di8iree that annual legialative BhM KAbea Cmmitthn on are deainUa? thii Ligialative naaeaa meeta __._ ^^^^^ Survey eo-apamrFndPtm' Commiiaionera will meet in ton of UNLVa Sodology De•Ar*nnru7lin,. pwtmint idmita the queitlon doaa big the aaawar iomawhat pott of amiaal gatharingi. with thaai vaiy quiatiooa. formodificatiflBaaiidimpwvaPkafboidbgraitatiaiintinStUl with a baitad quiition manta to the Narada Legialadicatiog tha iaenaaiaf workandaoonAningmethodofritura and ita prooiiiii. I, the iaquiiy about anThia will be the final oppo^ tunity for memben of the public to provide their views to the blue-ribbon commiaaioa. Hendenon aty CooBcil Chamben at 843 Water flt beginainf at 9 ajn. tooonow. nilMi? nhidiiiraUlity' af annual lagiabtiva iaaiioni, aoooiding to the oonuniaaion'e • Tbooi^ a poll condueted in the Fall of 1987 by a joint UNLV-UNR effort reported 86 peromt of Nevadana favored annual legialative leaaioiu, thoaafigureahaveitatepolitiaweratotheaequeationamii^t and that it doaa not maasure ay depth of aiqiport for anmial aeaaioDa each aaPraaton'iiQggaatad quaatioua would proba: Would you pay mora taxaa f(Kr annual laaaio n i or would you mxpport higher aalariea for la^BianHn attending annual teacj^jumg^^^gerveaaawork "<>'^ ieaaiontocompileinformation A majority of affumative anreceived from the public. nual aaaaiona atiU reoaivee atrong aupport, Preaton aaid, noting the univanitiia maarch efforta an uaually aocurate, if aomewhat aurpiiiing. Even with a diacount of 15 to 20 peroentagi pointa, Preaton noted, annual leaaiona are atill aupportod two-to-one. Wedneeda/a meeting ia the final public hearing of the lix ffflmmiarinn hearing conducted throughout the atate. A final meeting in Caraon ty to voice hia or her qiinioiia to the blue-ribbon oommiiaion aa to how the lagialature ia ftnictured or functiona," Aahworth aaid. topici aouf^t for pnbUc oonuBiBt at the local meeting indude the deeiraMlity of annual leaaiona. how 'West, the oommiaaion win meetinaworkaeaaiontoaort _^ through thakJaaaai^informa^Jgi^tioouuibuaineiai^ *^Jl^Z''^i^^ will affect fiituwlagialaturea. up with a plant of actaoo to en ^^ the legialative prooMa. A wort aeaaioo may be conducted if time permita, according to the aguida. Serving with Aahworth ia Zom. who chain Clark Countjr'a CItiaena' Adviaoiy Committee on Flood Control, and o omm iiaion members former itata senator and now Halleck upwiipnioi^ouwlegWaton'pay and benafita, rancher Norman Olaier. for iunourLegialatui'aviabiliJSTwUty of maintaining a mar .tote aenator andSin dtiaen lei^tun, convening City dert-recordar Alan Oloveal watchera, experti and pundita in atitchea. And #hen aaked how the queetion waa phraaed, long-timen an quaationing tha rapbe more indicative of public aupport for annual lawmaking meetingi in Caraon City, Prea-. ton indicated, noting the future reaea w h may be fprt hoomin g Commission chairman and former state aenator Keith Aahworth aaid Ve have had the opportunity, over the course of then meetings, to obtain a wealth of ideaa and auggeetiona \ ty to meet the preaaurss and needa of the ooming decade," Aahworth aaid. The committee will report its recommendationa to the 1989 Legialature, Aahworth added. "As Nevada movea into the 1990a, its citixcm legislature wiU be faced with a multiplicity of isauea, concema and budgedatea and reoesaea for the legislative aesaions, un of joint Asaembly-Senate committee heeringa, standing committeee' operationa and the appropriations procesa, a review of responses to questionnaires sent to current and former legialatoiB, statiatical and perfonnaooe taiy proUema," Aahworth said, compariaons to other state le'It is important, therefore, gialaturea, staff directions for that every Nevadan whodiooethe next meeting and diacuaeatodoao.havetheopportuninon of other issues relating to er, Nevada Development Authority and Southweit Qu president Kenny Ouinn, former itote wnator now Clark County commiaaioner Karen Hayea, Reno buaineasman Luther Mack, UNLV president Robert Maxson, Harrah's Reno president Philip G. Satre, Laa Vegaa attorney Dm Sdieainger and former legislator now Carson City rancher-land developer Bob WeiM.\ Planners forward cortdos to council SSS I ikM^mLi • >..>•. I -^.....j .^_ j..^.:.:..... .. j 4k> t7.^ Tu^ _ T. OQ u^.. ated to meet needs not antid by Mark Breaaan ifona JVawa Staff Writer The Henderson Planning Commission Thursday approved a lone change that could bring a condominium complex to Calico Ridge, f Another move could help 'make way for another condo proiict in Green Valley. Both items win be iq) for final apiMPOval at the Henderson Gty Cmmdl meeting June 7. The Calico Ridge project would be on a 41-acre parcel of land off of East Lake Mead Drive in the Foothills neighborhood. It woukl be part of the 200-acre, maater planned community developed by Melvin and Barbara Bagley. The zone change would be from R-R (rural reaidence) to R-3 (limited multi-residence). There ia about one-half mile of empty land between the proposed condominiuma and the rest of (Calico Ridge, which ia primarily loned R-1 (aingle family reaidence). Commissioner Jim Thomaa aaid if that 'buffer zone" ia developed before the condo project, Uut proopective buyen ub^ld'be told of the Rr3 zone. r^TT" iniat's one of our biggest problems," Thomaa said of homeownen Hnding out too late about multi-naidence zonea. Bagley aasured the commission that it would not be a problem, ---rr-——The Green Valley project received approval of a tentative map review. It would ccmaiat of 348 units on 19 acree at the aoutheaat comer of Warm SpaagBoBAaDdAaoyoGraade Boulevard. The developer is Warm Springs Investment of Laa Vegas. The complex would be known as Caaa Meaa, and would be compoeed of one and two-bedroom condoe. The commisaion also approved a use permit for a drug and alcohol abuae rehabilitation center at 124 Market staat --rrWitness Music Ministry, an organization that forms musical groupe that perform around Las Vegas, would run the center. The group uses original contemporary music to help ju116-unit apartment complex in Green Valley was also approved. The complex would be in an R-3 zone at the southwest comer of Coaada Delmar and Wigwam Parkway. A request for a uae permit and ardiitectural review of a proposed casino on Boulder Highway was continued to the commiaaion's June 23 meeting. The continuance was requested so the applicant, Magna Leisure Partnership of Laa Vegas, could better plan acceaa to the property. The 55,(X)0-8quare foot casino would in<3lude a 112-room hotel and would be located on Boulder Highway between Wagon Wheel Drive and Roberts Road. The center would be known as Wagon Wheel Hotel and Casino and would be bmlt in two phases. veniles combat drug and alcohol abuse. In his reccomendation, City Planner Bill Smith said the center would be good for Henderson. "We are more than adequately aware of these problems," Smith said. An architectural review of a Fire from page 1 plauae of the amall audience. Freddie'a debut in a local elementary school had been -fdieduled the Friday after the (Ibkita. m SHiair noted the two newest fire atationa give better coverage to the dty, with all four having been relocated since laat year. However, he pointed out the damage from the blast to atation two on Gibaon Road has temporarily abut down aervicea from that building. The fin engine from station two ia now operating out of atation three, and the ambulance is worting out of atation four in Green Valley. The other fire station, number one, ia located on Horizon Drive. That waa the other being dedicated by the ceremony. Among those attending the dedication were the fire chiefs from Las Vegas and North Las Vegas. Henderson Mayor Loraa Kesterson thanked the people of Henderson for passing the Hre bond issue that made posaible the relocation of all four stations. She said the "progressive thinking of our citizens makes it poesible" to provide for their safety. Another View from page 1 ^reara) noapit wonderoua L^ialature three seaaiona (six • ) to deal effectivaly with private itala' prJTf gauging, in n"*' ^^ greater amount of time to protect workera from capricious use of polygraph tests, the modem crystal ball of our age (it says anything ita reader wanta it to aay) and on a host of other public concenu needing attention but lacking the qMdal interaat to inonota it Thia ia not to aay that lawmakan do no good; thay do loto of good thinga, asrioualy. if a juat what they do, or more qiieeilically don't do, in their qMn time that bothan me. Would annual siiiioni provide the cun? Ai we apvk the opportunity for mon ftwquant addnealng of atate problama, we alao open the door to another chance for atate pork barrel and qMcial intersit iMiki Certainly, than an rare occaaiona whi an annual aiwio n could dear the i(ata% kgiilativa agHMli of pnoinc and pirftinetory conoami, to moit paraona md fioupi biCMfli Bat if thi truth bi known, annual iiiliflOi an a inoMi but miigiridid attempt to aea legjalaton' batter compansatad, not givan mon dutiii or time to parf orm thoaatuki. For moat oi oar lawmakart, tha aippraximata $20,000 they reoaive for lix montha of wruigling in C^araoa Gty ia juat not ioough to off-aat the loae in wagea, aalariea or lost buaineea revenues they wiU incur while serving. — Qi v an I ma y n o t ha ve t he chancg ~ta" tell the Legialature'e blue-ribbon committee my auggestions Wednesday as they meet in dty hall, here they are for the raaden to mull. Bite the bullet and change. Change to a full aix month BSiiion, January to June, and pay according for each of the working daya of tha Lsgialatun. Raunburae to a greater dagrse that allows legialaton mon waakand trips home to family and oonatituency and that allow for living conditiona comparable for a Nevada lawmaker. Don't worry that a Carson City aasemblyman geto less than a atate senator from Elko and diaclose all raimbursementa and pay to the public and let them and the preaa govern abuae. In tha and, the people of Nevada cannot be ooooemad with the facts that aome legialaton loaa mbitantial income when thay devote a half year evf^ two yian to making law. What wa can and should be concerned with ia to iii the Isgiilatar and his family do not suffer from hck af iaooma necessary for the family to avoid diacord and diaruption of their routine. We alao need our npraaantativas to know tha job they an doing ia important, important anough for the people t)f Nevada to provide axcallent accommodation and Biiiatance to them while they aerva in Caraon City. Is thia politically palatable? I doubt it; but annual sesdona would loae their hiate r e v e n am o ng la w niakeis, tfpn sent biennial gatherings were more respondve to legialaton' peraonal and fainily needs and comforts. In tl^e end, a little extravagance every two yean might be cheaper than an annual payroll. • • • Many remarked about laat week'a worda, eapecially the Hnal onea, somewhat written in jaat. Hera we go again! Mnlti-ayllabic conundruma have never thrilled me; I deteat words with auffixes "-tion" or "-ize." or with more than three eaaily diatinquiahable aounda. Fve always appreciated thoae AngloSaxon one-|pimt nouna and verba. And the more obacure, the better. So hen goes for the first official "John Dailey Word Conteat." For every word aooqrted and complete with accurate, or at least plausible, etymology, I will give the entrant five cents, with a poadble mention in thia space. Remember, obacun one syllable utterancea with their own hiatory dating back at least 1,000 yean are nearly always sun winnera. Computer language and bureaucratic creationa aubmittad have to pay me a nickell Within thia Engliah univerae, dan to act and aubmit your favorite. to five yean may be re-evaluated to meet needs not antidpated at ita inception. Currently, the (Hark County School Diatrict plena to begin construction of one elementaiy school and one high achool in the city's Green Valley ndghborhood upon approval of the bonds. The elementary school would open in the next year, 1989-90, the high school in school year 1990-91. Second-year building would begin two elementary schools in Henderson, one in the Green Valley area and another in southeast Henderson. A Green Valley junior high school would also start construction in 1989. Usually, elementary schools open a year after conatruction begina, high schools take two yeara to build. For the remaining yean of the plan, only one achool's constraction has been dted specifically in Henderson, leaving the entire area open for schools where growth occura. However, in the fourth year of the conatruction schedule, an elementary achool and an additional high school are planned for the Henderson area. The fifth year has a junior high school dted for Henderson "proper," according to the CCSD plan. Beginning with the sixth year, all schools planned may be assigned any location wi<£in the city. "~~~ Sixth-year plans build another elementary achool, no starts are antidpated for the 1994-96 year, and elementary and junior high school would start building in the eighth year, Again, no local schools are planned for construction starts in the 1996-97 school year with the final year planned for a new elementary school. Polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. ^Depending on your precinct, voting occurs at Fay (Galloway Elementary School, Basic High Schod, C.T. Sewell Elementary School, the dty's Youth Center, the Pittman Community Center and Nate Mack Elementary School. Contact the Clark County Election Depaitment for additional election information. Weatherization funds available for Henderson residents The state of Nevada, through a grant to the dty of Henderaon, has made moniee available to weatherize homes, trailers, and a rented home or apartment, if the landlord is willing. money can be used fofi repairs aa, caulking, sun acreens, storm windows, trailer skirting, insulation, water heater blankets, weatherstnppmg, thermoetata and aome other items, aa well. There is no requirement to pay the money back, and neither does the dty place a lien on the property. lltt program is available to qualified paraona Hying anywhere in the dty of Henderaon. The restrictions governing qualification foUow. Annual income must be $17,475, or lower, for a family of four. Ilie amount changes depending on family aiie, caU to find out the income ready received weatherization aadstance from the state im>gram (E.O.B. or L.V. Conasrvation Corporation), cannot receive this asdatanoe again. Pritmty will be given to elderly and handicapped persona. Intereated persons are encouraged to apply for this assistance. For man inf omation call Doug Kunti at 566-2164 or atop by the dty Hall Annex, phone 22-A, 201 Lead Street in Henderaon. lUENDERSOhUgJOMEl AD ladependeat Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 PabUalMd tvary TMeday MidTkwaday aonilaff at S WaUr Strnt. Hwi4ew. NevMla. IMIS phoM SM-lMl. MIKI O'CALLAOHAN CAKOLYN O'CALLAOHAN Ce-PuMUW JOHN DAILEY MAC. rMlaiti— Milu O'CdIagku, PIWMMI: Cuatya O'CallMlMa. VIM PraeUMli Tfaa OXdlagku. VIM PrMldMtt Rutka Dwida. SMratarjri Beb Maftaa, TrMnirw. SaUariptlM ratM Sicgia 2Saaata OMjmr m Thtea aeatlM.. .17 MaO Waat of Mlaelaaipi wrisUaaa ippTTw iff rr all Baat er MiaalaalMJ. .124 t t t^ tttewfaqr, May 24. 1M8 HeBdarsen Home Nawa, Henderson, Nevada Pago t No lead found in Green Valley after explosions inr Oatk County health officials are not finding lead from an induatrial plant ezplodon and fire in eitiier air or water, they aaid Tuesday. Laa Vegaa Valley Water District technidana have aampled Lake Mead and drinking water for Laa Vegas since the day after fire and a series of explonons leveled Pacific Engineering and Production Co., May 4. Today, we have seen no evidence of lead problema in the bke," said water diatrict general manager Patrick Pine. There's no measurable increase in lead at a mid-lake | testing point, either," The water district worried about one of ita lines one mile away from the blaat, but Pine said apparently no damage occurred because it was buried deeply. The line will be prsisura tested, he added. The blaat waa mainly up and out." he aaid. The line stops at the northwest comer of the propooed Gibaon Induatrial Park on Stephanie Avenue. New euatomera will not he able to hook up on the water line for a long time, Pine said, until toxic materiala are removed from the induatrial mbble. the Clark County Health Diatrict air monitora are collecting lead levela leas than one percent of the federal standard for the airborne heavy metal, aaid Michael Naylor, director of the diatrict's Air Pollutiion Control Diviaion. \ After expkMions and fire deatroyed PEPCON, and the Classified, editorial deadlines changed for holiday Due to the upcoming Memorial Day holiday, the Headerson Home NewB haa pushed classified and editorial eadlines forward one day. AU editorial copy and dasdt fied ad copy to be induded in the Tuesday edition of the Home New$ muat be turned in by 4 p.m. Thursday. Deadlines for Thursday's paper will not change. Kidd ft Co., marahamaUow factory, Health Diatrict Air Pollution Control monitors began daily collections to sample lead content in the air. Early aamples showed ^extremely low levels of airborne lead" and the trend continued through Saturday and Sun&y, Naylor aaid. At the Gibaon Road near the ruined induatries and at Burkholder Junior High School, the Health District grabes a sample each day, shipping the filters to a laboratory in Oregon to read them. AFL-CIO offers free counseling for blast trauma May 26 Local named in Outstanding Young Women of America A recent preaa releaae from the board of advisors for the Outstanding Young Women of America awards program announced recently that Linda Kay Smariga of Henderaon has been selected for inchision in the 1987 edition of Outetaoding Young Women of America. Now in ita twenty-third year, the {mogram is designed to honor and encourage exceptional young wcmen between the ages of 21 and 36 who have distinguished themsdves in many fields of eodeavor, sudi as service to community professional leaderahip, academic achievement, busineaa advancement, cultural aooompliahments and dvic and political participation. Smariga, along with other women througlioat North America, were aeleeted after 160,000 nominations were reodved from political leaders, univernty and cdlege officials, clergymen, buaineea leaders as well as from varioua dvic groupe and ccMnmunity organizationa. Each woman will be represented by her biographical entry in this annual awards pubhcation. Obituaries^ William Morse, Jr. William G. Morse, Jr., 47 died Wednesday, May 18 near Needles, Calif. He had been a resident of "the Henderson area for the past 24-year8. ,> He was bom in Pampa, Texas on Oct. 26, 1940 and was a carpenter. He was a committee member of Boy Scout Troop no. 414, Carpenter's Local no. 1780, Laborer's Local, Sunday achool teacher at First South Baptist Church, Henderson Saddle Association and the National Rifle Association. Survivors include wife Patricia, Henderson; sons Trent, Las Vegas; WiUiam "BilUe" and Wesley; daughter Delinda all Henderson: brothers James D. and Clark D. both Las Vegaa; parents Nadean ,and William Morse, Las Vegas and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Memorial services were held Monday, May 23 at 11 a.m. in the Palm Chapel in Henderson. Offlciating was the Reverend Robert Hobnes from the First Southern Baptist Church. There was no visitation held and interment was private. ae moriala be made in his name to the Boy Scouts of American Troop no. 414 or First Southern Baptist Church building fund in Henderson Anna Gunhlld Eck Anna Gunhild Eck, a former Henderson resident hving in St. George, Utah, died of cancer Friday, May 20. She waa 69 years old. Eck was bom Sept. 24,1918, in Anaconda, Mo. She married Laurence T. Eck in Butte, Mo., on Oct. 26,1941. Surviving Eck are her husband, two children, Laurence T. Eck. Jr. in Oxnard, Calif., and Karen H. Banta in San Jose, Calif. Eck had two grandchildren. She ia also survived by her sister, Helen Seim, of Walnut Creek, Calif. Services were held yeeterday at Methcalf Mortuary in St. George. In lieu of flowers, donationa can be made to the Arthur F. Bruhn Cancer Foundation, P.O. Box 1112. St. George, Utah, 84770. Jimmy Dee Jones Jimmy Dee Jones, aged 65, died Wednesday, May 18 in Henderson and was a resident since 1942. He was bora on Sept. 17,1932 in Cox City, Oklahoma and was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and worked as an iron worker. He is survived by his sons Steve and Olin Jonea of Isa Vegaa; dau^ter Suaan Jcmee of Las V^ias; sister Lda Bartktt of Eureka. Calif, and four grandchiMrm. Palm Mortuary of Henderson is handling the arrangements. The Funeral aervioe will be Tuesday. May 24 at 2 p.m. in the Pahn Henderson Chapel with the Kev. tlohn Osko of the First Baptist Church ofHciating Mary M. Gordon Mary M. Gordon, 59 died Wednesday, May 18 in Lea Vegas. She had been a reaident of the Henderson area for the past 10 years. She waa bora in Washington, Ind. on Dec. 1, 1928 and was a retired laundry aide. Survivors include daughter Carol Blair, Henderaon; brothers Charles Cunningham, French Camp, Calif.; Tom Cunningham. Gary, Ind.; George Cunningham, Truth or Consequences, N.M.; sisters Emma Hunter, Plymouth, Fla.; Ivey Ruaell, Attica, Ind.; Frances Russell, Washington, Ind.; Joella Edwards. Sauk Village, Dl. and Alice Rowe, Henderaon. Four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services were held on May 23 at 2 p.m. in the Palm Memorial Park in Henderson. Offldating was the Reverend John Osko from the First Baptist Church. Interment was in the Palm Memorial Park in Henderson. John G. May John G. May. age 85, died Thuraday. May 19 in Las Vegas and was a reddent of Henderson for 15 years. He was bora on July 30,1902 in Scotland and was a retired engineer. He is survived by his sons John and Donald of Las Vegas and Steven of England. Also 10 grandchildren and seven great granchildren. Palm Mortuary of Henderson handled the arrangamenta.Private services wore hdd. ^ PLAY Cribbag^ ft PInnocIa 1 at the aGMMESTORE ait Wator at. oyate^ ^^/w EDDING CHAPEL OPENING MAY 1988 Located inside the new Monaco Tower at the Riviera Hotel & Casino The National AFL-CIO and the Nevada State AFL<30 are cosponsoring a day of one-on-one IVauma Counaeling Thuraday, May 26 from 9 a.m. to to 6 p.m. at the Steelworkers Hall, 47 Water Street, Henderson. Regional coordinator for the AFLrCIO nman RMrea Development Institute Mike White will be here from San Francisco to assist with the program. There will be no apeechea. Volunteer trauma counsdors will be available for any victims including children, throughout the day. Anyone in the Henderson. Las Vegas area affected by the blast and continuing to have problems is welcome to attend. Hie counseling ia tree. Call Steelworkers Local No. 4856 and 5282 for more information. o MANPOWER' HOMSFRONT mSTIIICTIVf HOMIS Among the homM w'vo eMn or read about lately, ttioro havo baan a fMjmbar of •LIGHT FACTORY WORK •HEAVY INDUSTRIAL • SECRETARIES • TYPISTS FOR INTERESTING TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENTS IN THE HENDERSON AND BOULDER CITY AREAS MANPOWER TEMPORARY SERVICES 30-A Water St. HENDERSON, NEVADA ;ALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT 565-5554 ADD A GARAGE ADD A ROOM... • KITCHENS • EXTERIOR • INTERIOR REMODELING • GARAGE ENCLOSURES{ • BATHROOMS IQARAQISPICIALI M695**' ENCLOSE YOUR GARAGE 16x18UPT0 288SQ FT NO DOWN PAVMINT O.A.C. HNANCING AVAILABLC IH SAVS-. 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Liat with Owgite AsaMy, 160 Eaat Horizon Drive, Henderson, Nevada 89015. phone (702) 564-6969. We're open 7 days a week to hotter aerve your real eatata needs. SILUNO HENDERSONin MEMORIAL END. SET y;;-> Idl on M^y 2'"L5500 ENTER NOWTHK" • • _„*Mr, "drum re^fS^JjioOK. .^.^ M i"* "X^S^^ f^^ OnourquatwrVldeoro I .-^_ n

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raft I Mt p ti f i n mmm Nwt, Hto^arMa, Nania ttmdMf, May U Commission poiis citizens on annuai iegisiative sessions bgr labs Dillaur OM alibi iltlt^ Mat dia> laur ivinthiNaviriiLagkktaM'k di8iree that annual legialative BhM KAbea Cmmitthn on are deainUa? thii Ligialative naaeaa meeta __._ ^^^^^ Survey eo-apamrFndPtm' Commiiaionera will meet in ton of UNLVa Sodology De•Ar*nnru7lin,. pwtmint idmita the queitlon doaa big the aaawar iomawhat pott of amiaal gatharingi. with thaai vaiy quiatiooa. formodificatiflBaaiidimpwvaPkafboidbgraitatiaiintinStUl with a baitad quiition manta to the Narada Legialadicatiog tha iaenaaiaf workandaoonAningmethodofritura and ita prooiiiii. I, the iaquiiy about anThia will be the final oppo^ tunity for memben of the public to provide their views to the blue-ribbon commiaaioa. Hendenon aty CooBcil Chamben at 843 Water flt beginainf at 9 ajn. tooonow. nilMi? nhidiiiraUlity' af annual lagiabtiva iaaiioni, aoooiding to the oonuniaaion'e • Tbooi^ a poll condueted in the Fall of 1987 by a joint UNLV-UNR effort reported 86 peromt of Nevadana favored annual legialative leaaioiu, thoaafigureahaveitatepolitiaweratotheaequeationamii^t and that it doaa not maasure ay depth of aiqiport for anmial aeaaioDa each aaPraaton'iiQggaatad quaatioua would proba: Would you pay mora taxaa f(Kr annual laaaio n i or would you mxpport higher aalariea for la^BianHn attending annual teacj^jumg^^^gerveaaawork "<>'^ ieaaiontocompileinformation A majority of affumative anreceived from the public. nual aaaaiona atiU reoaivee atrong aupport, Preaton aaid, noting the univanitiia maarch efforta an uaually aocurate, if aomewhat aurpiiiing. Even with a diacount of 15 to 20 peroentagi pointa, Preaton noted, annual leaaiona are atill aupportod two-to-one. Wedneeda/a meeting ia the final public hearing of the lix ffflmmiarinn hearing conducted throughout the atate. A final meeting in Caraon ty to voice hia or her qiinioiia to the blue-ribbon oommiiaion aa to how the lagialature ia ftnictured or functiona," Aahworth aaid. topici aouf^t for pnbUc oonuBiBt at the local meeting indude the deeiraMlity of annual leaaiona. how 'West, the oommiaaion win meetinaworkaeaaiontoaort _^ through thakJaaaai^informa^Jgi^tioouuibuaineiai^ *^Jl^Z''^i^^ will affect fiituwlagialaturea. up with a plant of actaoo to en ^^ the legialative prooMa. A wort aeaaioo may be conducted if time permita, according to the aguida. Serving with Aahworth ia Zom. who chain Clark Countjr'a CItiaena' Adviaoiy Committee on Flood Control, and o omm iiaion members former itata senator and now Halleck upwiipnioi^ouwlegWaton'pay and benafita, rancher Norman Olaier. for iunourLegialatui'aviabiliJSTwUty of maintaining a mar .tote aenator andSin dtiaen lei^tun, convening City dert-recordar Alan Oloveal watchera, experti and pundita in atitchea. And #hen aaked how the queetion waa phraaed, long-timen an quaationing tha rapbe more indicative of public aupport for annual lawmaking meetingi in Caraon City, Prea-. ton indicated, noting the future reaea w h may be fprt hoomin g Commission chairman and former state aenator Keith Aahworth aaid Ve have had the opportunity, over the course of then meetings, to obtain a wealth of ideaa and auggeetiona \ ty to meet the preaaurss and needa of the ooming decade," Aahworth aaid. The committee will report its recommendationa to the 1989 Legialature, Aahworth added. "As Nevada movea into the 1990a, its citixcm legislature wiU be faced with a multiplicity of isauea, concema and budgedatea and reoesaea for the legislative aesaions, un of joint Asaembly-Senate committee heeringa, standing committeee' operationa and the appropriations procesa, a review of responses to questionnaires sent to current and former legialatoiB, statiatical and perfonnaooe taiy proUema," Aahworth said, compariaons to other state le'It is important, therefore, gialaturea, staff directions for that every Nevadan whodiooethe next meeting and diacuaeatodoao.havetheopportuninon of other issues relating to er, Nevada Development Authority and Southweit Qu president Kenny Ouinn, former itote wnator now Clark County commiaaioner Karen Hayea, Reno buaineasman Luther Mack, UNLV president Robert Maxson, Harrah's Reno president Philip G. Satre, Laa Vegaa attorney Dm Sdieainger and former legislator now Carson City rancher-land developer Bob WeiM.\ Planners forward cortdos to council SSS I ikM^mLi • >..>•. I -^.....j .^_ j..^.:.:..... .. j 4k> t7.^ Tu^ _ T. OQ u^.. ated to meet needs not antid by Mark Breaaan ifona JVawa Staff Writer The Henderson Planning Commission Thursday approved a lone change that could bring a condominium complex to Calico Ridge, f Another move could help 'make way for another condo proiict in Green Valley. Both items win be iq) for final apiMPOval at the Henderson Gty Cmmdl meeting June 7. The Calico Ridge project would be on a 41-acre parcel of land off of East Lake Mead Drive in the Foothills neighborhood. It woukl be part of the 200-acre, maater planned community developed by Melvin and Barbara Bagley. The zone change would be from R-R (rural reaidence) to R-3 (limited multi-residence). There ia about one-half mile of empty land between the proposed condominiuma and the rest of (Calico Ridge, which ia primarily loned R-1 (aingle family reaidence). Commissioner Jim Thomaa aaid if that 'buffer zone" ia developed before the condo project, Uut proopective buyen ub^ld'be told of the Rr3 zone. r^TT" iniat's one of our biggest problems," Thomaa said of homeownen Hnding out too late about multi-naidence zonea. Bagley aasured the commission that it would not be a problem, ---rr-——The Green Valley project received approval of a tentative map review. It would ccmaiat of 348 units on 19 acree at the aoutheaat comer of Warm SpaagBoBAaDdAaoyoGraade Boulevard. The developer is Warm Springs Investment of Laa Vegas. The complex would be known as Caaa Meaa, and would be compoeed of one and two-bedroom condoe. The commisaion also approved a use permit for a drug and alcohol abuae rehabilitation center at 124 Market staat --rrWitness Music Ministry, an organization that forms musical groupe that perform around Las Vegas, would run the center. The group uses original contemporary music to help ju116-unit apartment complex in Green Valley was also approved. The complex would be in an R-3 zone at the southwest comer of Coaada Delmar and Wigwam Parkway. A request for a uae permit and ardiitectural review of a proposed casino on Boulder Highway was continued to the commiaaion's June 23 meeting. The continuance was requested so the applicant, Magna Leisure Partnership of Laa Vegas, could better plan acceaa to the property. The 55,(X)0-8quare foot casino would in<3lude a 112-room hotel and would be located on Boulder Highway between Wagon Wheel Drive and Roberts Road. The center would be known as Wagon Wheel Hotel and Casino and would be bmlt in two phases. veniles combat drug and alcohol abuse. In his reccomendation, City Planner Bill Smith said the center would be good for Henderson. "We are more than adequately aware of these problems," Smith said. An architectural review of a Fire from page 1 plauae of the amall audience. Freddie'a debut in a local elementary school had been -fdieduled the Friday after the (Ibkita. m SHiair noted the two newest fire atationa give better coverage to the dty, with all four having been relocated since laat year. However, he pointed out the damage from the blast to atation two on Gibaon Road has temporarily abut down aervicea from that building. The fin engine from station two ia now operating out of atation three, and the ambulance is worting out of atation four in Green Valley. The other fire station, number one, ia located on Horizon Drive. That waa the other being dedicated by the ceremony. Among those attending the dedication were the fire chiefs from Las Vegas and North Las Vegas. Henderson Mayor Loraa Kesterson thanked the people of Henderson for passing the Hre bond issue that made posaible the relocation of all four stations. She said the "progressive thinking of our citizens makes it poesible" to provide for their safety. Another View from page 1 ^reara) noapit wonderoua L^ialature three seaaiona (six • ) to deal effectivaly with private itala' prJTf gauging, in n"*' ^^ greater amount of time to protect workera from capricious use of polygraph tests, the modem crystal ball of our age (it says anything ita reader wanta it to aay) and on a host of other public concenu needing attention but lacking the qMdal interaat to inonota it Thia ia not to aay that lawmakan do no good; thay do loto of good thinga, asrioualy. if a juat what they do, or more qiieeilically don't do, in their qMn time that bothan me. Would annual siiiioni provide the cun? Ai we apvk the opportunity for mon ftwquant addnealng of atate problama, we alao open the door to another chance for atate pork barrel and qMcial intersit iMiki Certainly, than an rare occaaiona whi an annual aiwio n could dear the i(ata% kgiilativa agHMli of pnoinc and pirftinetory conoami, to moit paraona md fioupi biCMfli Bat if thi truth bi known, annual iiiliflOi an a inoMi but miigiridid attempt to aea legjalaton' batter compansatad, not givan mon dutiii or time to parf orm thoaatuki. For moat oi oar lawmakart, tha aippraximata $20,000 they reoaive for lix montha of wruigling in C^araoa Gty ia juat not ioough to off-aat the loae in wagea, aalariea or lost buaineea revenues they wiU incur while serving. — Qi v an I ma y n o t ha ve t he chancg ~ta" tell the Legialature'e blue-ribbon committee my auggestions Wednesday as they meet in dty hall, here they are for the raaden to mull. Bite the bullet and change. Change to a full aix month BSiiion, January to June, and pay according for each of the working daya of tha Lsgialatun. Raunburae to a greater dagrse that allows legialaton mon waakand trips home to family and oonatituency and that allow for living conditiona comparable for a Nevada lawmaker. Don't worry that a Carson City aasemblyman geto less than a atate senator from Elko and diaclose all raimbursementa and pay to the public and let them and the preaa govern abuae. In tha and, the people of Nevada cannot be ooooemad with the facts that aome legialaton loaa mbitantial income when thay devote a half year evf^ two yian to making law. What wa can and should be concerned with ia to iii the Isgiilatar and his family do not suffer from hck af iaooma necessary for the family to avoid diacord and diaruption of their routine. We alao need our npraaantativas to know tha job they an doing ia important, important anough for the people t)f Nevada to provide axcallent accommodation and Biiiatance to them while they aerva in Caraon City. Is thia politically palatable? I doubt it; but annual sesdona would loae their hiate r e v e n am o ng la w niakeis, tfpn sent biennial gatherings were more respondve to legialaton' peraonal and fainily needs and comforts. In tl^e end, a little extravagance every two yean might be cheaper than an annual payroll. • • • Many remarked about laat week'a worda, eapecially the Hnal onea, somewhat written in jaat. Hera we go again! Mnlti-ayllabic conundruma have never thrilled me; I deteat words with auffixes "-tion" or "-ize." or with more than three eaaily diatinquiahable aounda. Fve always appreciated thoae AngloSaxon one-|pimt nouna and verba. And the more obacure, the better. So hen goes for the first official "John Dailey Word Conteat." For every word aooqrted and complete with accurate, or at least plausible, etymology, I will give the entrant five cents, with a poadble mention in thia space. Remember, obacun one syllable utterancea with their own hiatory dating back at least 1,000 yean are nearly always sun winnera. Computer language and bureaucratic creationa aubmittad have to pay me a nickell Within thia Engliah univerae, dan to act and aubmit your favorite. to five yean may be re-evaluated to meet needs not antidpated at ita inception. Currently, the (Hark County School Diatrict plena to begin construction of one elementaiy school and one high achool in the city's Green Valley ndghborhood upon approval of the bonds. The elementary school would open in the next year, 1989-90, the high school in school year 1990-91. Second-year building would begin two elementary schools in Henderson, one in the Green Valley area and another in southeast Henderson. A Green Valley junior high school would also start construction in 1989. Usually, elementary schools open a year after conatruction begina, high schools take two yeara to build. For the remaining yean of the plan, only one achool's constraction has been dted specifically in Henderson, leaving the entire area open for schools where growth occura. However, in the fourth year of the conatruction schedule, an elementary achool and an additional high school are planned for the Henderson area. The fifth year has a junior high school dted for Henderson "proper," according to the CCSD plan. Beginning with the sixth year, all schools planned may be assigned any location wi<£in the city. "~~~ Sixth-year plans build another elementary achool, no starts are antidpated for the 1994-96 year, and elementary and junior high school would start building in the eighth year, Again, no local schools are planned for construction starts in the 1996-97 school year with the final year planned for a new elementary school. Polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. ^Depending on your precinct, voting occurs at Fay (Galloway Elementary School, Basic High Schod, C.T. Sewell Elementary School, the dty's Youth Center, the Pittman Community Center and Nate Mack Elementary School. Contact the Clark County Election Depaitment for additional election information. Weatherization funds available for Henderson residents The state of Nevada, through a grant to the dty of Henderaon, has made moniee available to weatherize homes, trailers, and a rented home or apartment, if the landlord is willing. money can be used fofi repairs aa, caulking, sun acreens, storm windows, trailer skirting, insulation, water heater blankets, weatherstnppmg, thermoetata and aome other items, aa well. There is no requirement to pay the money back, and neither does the dty place a lien on the property. lltt program is available to qualified paraona Hying anywhere in the dty of Henderaon. The restrictions governing qualification foUow. Annual income must be $17,475, or lower, for a family of four. Ilie amount changes depending on family aiie, caU to find out the income ready received weatherization aadstance from the state im>gram (E.O.B. or L.V. Conasrvation Corporation), cannot receive this asdatanoe again. Pritmty will be given to elderly and handicapped persona. Intereated persons are encouraged to apply for this assistance. For man inf omation call Doug Kunti at 566-2164 or atop by the dty Hall Annex, phone 22-A, 201 Lead Street in Henderaon. lUENDERSOhUgJOMEl AD ladependeat Newspaper Founded June 1, 1951 PabUalMd tvary TMeday MidTkwaday aonilaff at S WaUr Strnt. Hwi4ew. NevMla. IMIS phoM SM-lMl. MIKI O'CALLAOHAN CAKOLYN O'CALLAOHAN Ce-PuMUW JOHN DAILEY MAC. rMlaiti— Milu O'CdIagku, PIWMMI: Cuatya O'CallMlMa. VIM PraeUMli Tfaa OXdlagku. VIM PrMldMtt Rutka Dwida. SMratarjri Beb Maftaa, TrMnirw. SaUariptlM ratM Sicgia 2Saaata OMjmr m Thtea aeatlM.. .17 MaO Waat of Mlaelaaipi wrisUaaa ippTTw iff rr all Baat er MiaalaalMJ. .124 t t t^ tttewfaqr, May 24. 1M8 HeBdarsen Home Nawa, Henderson, Nevada Pago t No lead found in Green Valley after explosions inr Oatk County health officials are not finding lead from an induatrial plant ezplodon and fire in eitiier air or water, they aaid Tuesday. Laa Vegaa Valley Water District technidana have aampled Lake Mead and drinking water for Laa Vegas since the day after fire and a series of explonons leveled Pacific Engineering and Production Co., May 4. Today, we have seen no evidence of lead problema in the bke," said water diatrict general manager Patrick Pine. There's no measurable increase in lead at a mid-lake | testing point, either," The water district worried about one of ita lines one mile away from the blaat, but Pine said apparently no damage occurred because it was buried deeply. The line will be prsisura tested, he added. The blaat waa mainly up and out." he aaid. The line stops at the northwest comer of the propooed Gibaon Induatrial Park on Stephanie Avenue. New euatomera will not he able to hook up on the water line for a long time, Pine said, until toxic materiala are removed from the induatrial mbble. the Clark County Health Diatrict air monitora are collecting lead levela leas than one percent of the federal standard for the airborne heavy metal, aaid Michael Naylor, director of the diatrict's Air Pollutiion Control Diviaion. \ After expkMions and fire deatroyed PEPCON, and the Classified, editorial deadlines changed for holiday Due to the upcoming Memorial Day holiday, the Headerson Home NewB haa pushed classified and editorial eadlines forward one day. AU editorial copy and dasdt fied ad copy to be induded in the Tuesday edition of the Home New$ muat be turned in by 4 p.m. Thursday. Deadlines for Thursday's paper will not change. Kidd ft Co., marahamaUow factory, Health Diatrict Air Pollution Control monitors began daily collections to sample lead content in the air. Early aamples showed ^extremely low levels of airborne lead" and the trend continued through Saturday and Sun&y, Naylor aaid. At the Gibaon Road near the ruined induatries and at Burkholder Junior High School, the Health District grabes a sample each day, shipping the filters to a laboratory in Oregon to read them. AFL-CIO offers free counseling for blast trauma May 26 Local named in Outstanding Young Women of America A recent preaa releaae from the board of advisors for the Outstanding Young Women of America awards program announced recently that Linda Kay Smariga of Henderaon has been selected for inchision in the 1987 edition of Outetaoding Young Women of America. Now in ita twenty-third year, the {mogram is designed to honor and encourage exceptional young wcmen between the ages of 21 and 36 who have distinguished themsdves in many fields of eodeavor, sudi as service to community professional leaderahip, academic achievement, busineaa advancement, cultural aooompliahments and dvic and political participation. Smariga, along with other women througlioat North America, were aeleeted after 160,000 nominations were reodved from political leaders, univernty and cdlege officials, clergymen, buaineea leaders as well as from varioua dvic groupe and ccMnmunity organizationa. Each woman will be represented by her biographical entry in this annual awards pubhcation. Obituaries^ William Morse, Jr. William G. Morse, Jr., 47 died Wednesday, May 18 near Needles, Calif. He had been a resident of "the Henderson area for the past 24-year8. ,> He was bom in Pampa, Texas on Oct. 26, 1940 and was a carpenter. He was a committee member of Boy Scout Troop no. 414, Carpenter's Local no. 1780, Laborer's Local, Sunday achool teacher at First South Baptist Church, Henderson Saddle Association and the National Rifle Association. Survivors include wife Patricia, Henderson; sons Trent, Las Vegas; WiUiam "BilUe" and Wesley; daughter Delinda all Henderson: brothers James D. and Clark D. both Las Vegaa; parents Nadean ,and William Morse, Las Vegas and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Memorial services were held Monday, May 23 at 11 a.m. in the Palm Chapel in Henderson. Offlciating was the Reverend Robert Hobnes from the First Southern Baptist Church. There was no visitation held and interment was private. ae moriala be made in his name to the Boy Scouts of American Troop no. 414 or First Southern Baptist Church building fund in Henderson Anna Gunhlld Eck Anna Gunhild Eck, a former Henderson resident hving in St. George, Utah, died of cancer Friday, May 20. She waa 69 years old. Eck was bom Sept. 24,1918, in Anaconda, Mo. She married Laurence T. Eck in Butte, Mo., on Oct. 26,1941. Surviving Eck are her husband, two children, Laurence T. Eck. Jr. in Oxnard, Calif., and Karen H. Banta in San Jose, Calif. Eck had two grandchildren. She ia also survived by her sister, Helen Seim, of Walnut Creek, Calif. Services were held yeeterday at Methcalf Mortuary in St. George. In lieu of flowers, donationa can be made to the Arthur F. Bruhn Cancer Foundation, P.O. Box 1112. St. George, Utah, 84770. Jimmy Dee Jones Jimmy Dee Jones, aged 65, died Wednesday, May 18 in Henderson and was a resident since 1942. He was bora on Sept. 17,1932 in Cox City, Oklahoma and was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and worked as an iron worker. He is survived by his sons Steve and Olin Jonea of Isa Vegaa; dau^ter Suaan Jcmee of Las V^ias; sister Lda Bartktt of Eureka. Calif, and four grandchiMrm. Palm Mortuary of Henderson is handling the arrangements. The Funeral aervioe will be Tuesday. May 24 at 2 p.m. in the Pahn Henderson Chapel with the Kev. tlohn Osko of the First Baptist Church ofHciating Mary M. Gordon Mary M. Gordon, 59 died Wednesday, May 18 in Lea Vegas. She had been a reaident of the Henderson area for the past 10 years. She waa bora in Washington, Ind. on Dec. 1, 1928 and was a retired laundry aide. Survivors include daughter Carol Blair, Henderaon; brothers Charles Cunningham, French Camp, Calif.; Tom Cunningham. Gary, Ind.; George Cunningham, Truth or Consequences, N.M.; sisters Emma Hunter, Plymouth, Fla.; Ivey Ruaell, Attica, Ind.; Frances Russell, Washington, Ind.; Joella Edwards. Sauk Village, Dl. and Alice Rowe, Henderaon. Four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services were held on May 23 at 2 p.m. in the Palm Memorial Park in Henderson. Offldating was the Reverend John Osko from the First Baptist Church. Interment was in the Palm Memorial Park in Henderson. John G. May John G. May. age 85, died Thuraday. May 19 in Las Vegas and was a reddent of Henderson for 15 years. He was bora on July 30,1902 in Scotland and was a retired engineer. He is survived by his sons John and Donald of Las Vegas and Steven of England. Also 10 grandchildren and seven great granchildren. Palm Mortuary of Henderson handled the arrangamenta.Private services wore hdd. ^ PLAY Cribbag^ ft PInnocIa 1 at the aGMMESTORE ait Wator at. oyate^ ^^/w EDDING CHAPEL OPENING MAY 1988 Located inside the new Monaco Tower at the Riviera Hotel & Casino The National AFL-CIO and the Nevada State AFL<30 are cosponsoring a day of one-on-one IVauma Counaeling Thuraday, May 26 from 9 a.m. to to 6 p.m. at the Steelworkers Hall, 47 Water Street, Henderson. Regional coordinator for the AFLrCIO nman RMrea Development Institute Mike White will be here from San Francisco to assist with the program. There will be no apeechea. Volunteer trauma counsdors will be available for any victims including children, throughout the day. Anyone in the Henderson. Las Vegas area affected by the blast and continuing to have problems is welcome to attend. Hie counseling ia tree. Call Steelworkers Local No. 4856 and 5282 for more information. o MANPOWER' HOMSFRONT mSTIIICTIVf HOMIS Among the homM w'vo eMn or read about lately, ttioro havo baan a fMjmbar of •LIGHT FACTORY WORK •HEAVY INDUSTRIAL • SECRETARIES • TYPISTS FOR INTERESTING TEMPORARY ASSIGNMENTS IN THE HENDERSON AND BOULDER CITY AREAS MANPOWER TEMPORARY SERVICES 30-A Water St. HENDERSON, NEVADA ;ALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT 565-5554 ADD A GARAGE ADD A ROOM... • KITCHENS • EXTERIOR • INTERIOR REMODELING • GARAGE ENCLOSURES{ • BATHROOMS IQARAQISPICIALI M695**' ENCLOSE YOUR GARAGE 16x18UPT0 288SQ FT NO DOWN PAVMINT O.A.C. HNANCING AVAILABLC IH SAVS-. '•WE POI ALL"! ziu=: .xTvffrT=ixrmN 24 HOUR SERVICE Licensed & Bonded State I ukMAuiuikAwuMaw Contractor Lie 12787 NODOWNMVMINT j^^jW-MEAOEl nNANCMGAVAIUBU 732-7121 In 9 raaort i bum around aean* tral atriuai 32 faat Mfph, flllad with axollc tropical planta. Every axquiai^ appointed room waa open to tfila canlrai yaroani and no luxury had l)aan aparad. Anottiar waa a aoNdly buHt old ica houaa. renovated Into a fainily homo. Onca again, alaganca waa iNiMt in. Quaationa: who can buy thaaa "apaclal" homoa? Do thay aali aa well aa a atandard tract houaa? Second queation finrt: it's aaaiaal to aali -^^ atandard houae that looks like avary other one. Three bedrooms with two or two-and-ahalf batha, balga carpeting wall to wall and pale painted waHa will attract all Mnda oL.^ tNiyers. A "specM" home needs a special buyer — harder to find, able to pay more for the property. When you sell, you'll do tietter with experienced profesaionala wortdng for you. Liat with Owgite AsaMy, 160 Eaat Horizon Drive, Henderson, Nevada 89015. phone (702) 564-6969. We're open 7 days a week to hotter aerve your real eatata needs. SILUNO HENDERSONin MEMORIAL END. SET y;;-> Idl on M^y 2'"L5500 ENTER NOWTHK" • • _„*Mr, "drum re^fS^JjioOK. .^.^ M i"* "X^S^^ f^^ OnourquatwrVldeoro I .-^_ n

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\ Hge 4 H—Itigga M— • Wtwjjt^Handlwsea, Nt>4a TnsMiiqr, Bl^jr H MM Tvesday, May 2i 1088 ^: '--^' I • :*> • -• ^ Safety from page 1 Highway from page 1 ic chemicahi. Hanson said the rest would go for new psnonnel if approved by the ooundl tonight. City Councilman Michael Harris fads^'the dty will still disd to fem a coounitte* to "come up with a plim of staffing for both those are in the future. But we may not have to use (the. tax initiative to do itX at kast in dooming year." During the budget committee meeting last week, council decided to set up two committees. 7^^ Hrat, which wss scheduled to meet after preastime M^day, will discuss the Henderson Fire Department's Emergency Medical Services program, possible addition of paramedic service, and the desire of^A oommercial ambulance eompany to handle emergencies in Henderson. The second committee was 0Ot immediately farmed, aiibough the council indicated time constraints due to the possiblity of a public vote to raise funds. The committee was dasignattd to ba fomiad after the polio* and firs department dusA pointed out qMdal nseds bseauas of th* dtg'* rapid growth. A patition with naarly 6,000 sBgnatnna and a spokesman firom the firefigfatar's union also spurred fonnation of the committee. HFD Chief Dale Starr feels the committee "is way overdue." With it tha council can prepare for the future "and knew beforehand ... the longrange discussions we had." He plans to discuss with his staff how to use the three additional positions. He ssid the department needs another inspector and a records clerk, "and if we keep the EMS system, Fm going to need a... coordinator." "WeVe hoping that th^ pursue a tax increase ... for kog-, range phnning for polioa and fire Ar th* asKt (anxiiaD ytsara,' Hendersoo Police Department Chief James Goff commented. He noted the committee will Decision page 1 disaster and the governor's declaration of emergency. Bloomquist said the town might be more likely to get the aid if it had been involved in a natural disaster. Since the Pepcon explosions were mannude, somebody will Eventually be held accountable. That, according to recent reports out of Washington, couM weigh unfavorably on the president's decision. Verne Paul, a public relations officer for FEMA's district nine office in San Francisco, said he knows the agency's report on Henderson is in Washington, D.C. "It's a long process," Paule said. "It is in Washington, D.C, but where, I do not know." Paule would not say whether the delay would affect Henderson's chances of getting aid. "It's really based on the ability of the (state and local) governments to respond," Paule said. If the president did declare Hendei^n a disaster area, each family affected by the blasts would be eligible for up to $5,000 in federal grants. If he does not do that, there are still some other avenues available to attain aid. The Small Business Administration could provide small business loans or the dty could take legal action against whatever party is found to be responsible in the disaster. For pe(^ who need immediate aesjatance, the United Steelworicers of America's Local 4856 has set up the He Disaster Relief Fund. Jim Thompson, president of the local, said people in need can come to the Steelworkers' office at 47 Water Street. "We give out vouchers for food, gasoline, and medical needs," Thompson said. "We've helped over 400 people so far." 'nionu)8on stressed that anybody affected by the disaster, not just union members, are eligible for help. "We have rules and regulations that we go by, because we're operating as a non-proHt organization," Thompson said. "Basically, its just for people tbat^nieNMlbelp." INDUSTRIAL MEDICAL GROUP OF HENDERSON Many workers have been treated during the last week with iow grade ear Infections that have been bothersome for several days since the Pepcon explosion May 4. if you were working at that time and are experiencing any ear problem, you may report to our clinic for a free ear exam and audlogram if deemed necessary by our physicians. Because of time lapses internal ear infections have been noted to spread Into secondary Infections, thus requiring prolonged treatment. SIIS claims will be filed for positive exam results for any necessary followup care. No appointment is necessary. For persons not st wofk, please check with your family physicians. HOURS. MON-FRI 7 A.M. TO 7 P.M. SAT 7 A.M. TO 3 P.M. 222 LEAD ST. 564-2433 ll#.McMi,ILO. ILO.,FJ.CJ. Ron HutMl MuttW n*ei9todat*rmiiM the number of positions and other needs. But, he pointed out, The general fund monies available over the next several years will not support the type of police and fire manning we Witt need." He aaid the thrse eataa poaitions expected to be added at tonight's meeting will go for uniformed officers. The tentative budget gave HPD two clerks and three ofHcers, but one officer was later changed to a dispatcher. Goff noted it will take up to a year to train the new officers. Five who were hired last year are now in the police academy and will graduate this summer, he said. One other rookie and the five who will be added in the next fiscal year will go to the next academy class, he said. Pwds and small waterfalls could not only enhance the beauty, he noted, they could act as retMition basins "when we get the storms and the big events." Gateways and community evMits are among othsr subjects that need to be discussed, he said. The project scope runs frcnn Sunset Road to Horison Drive. Mann also pointed out different areu of Boulder Highway need different treatments. In some places the road is bordersd with homaa; in others it is entiivaly commercial. The right-of-way fluctuates between 100 and SOO feet. The next public meeting is criticsl in determining the direction for the project," he remarked in an interview after the Chamber luncheon. Jack Reynolds, the city's project engineer, mentioned many pec^le "don't feel that Horiaon ia the gateway to Henderson." While the federal money alkicated for the project can only be used up to Horiion, h0 said they were looking into use of the $3 million local voters added to the project. SPORTS H*Bders*a H*aM N*ws, Il*a4*rsea. Nevada Page • You N90d An Attomoy EXPERIENCED In SriS Clalmt Cult DWIQHT SPER Now B^i^^^i^k^ ^k^kflh^^M^kl ^^iaa^k^k^kl ^^fli AttA I MIINI UWSrai MWniM lOr MM SS4-1MS PRCE CONSULTATION WATCH THURSDAY'S PAPER FOR BEAUTY BUCKS Good At Beauty Corner S6S^844 303 S. Water St., Handaraon Trivial Pursuit — Scrabbis at the aCUIMESTOIIE 11* Watar at. An Hectrifying Night Booming rights. A deluge of jabs. And a flood of left hooks. That's the forecast when =Top Rank in association with Caesars Palace presents six bruising bouts in one thunderous night, May 27th in Caesars Sports Pavilion. Including the battle for the NABF Super Bantamweight crown between former WBA titleholder Louie Espinoza and undefeated young sensation Jesus Poll. The co-main event features current NABF heavyweight king Orlin Norris against highly ranked Andrew Stokes. Four other action packed matches complete this blockbuster card. Which you can attend for just $10, $15 or $20 by calling 731-7865. (Credit card orders Mon.-Fri. 9 am-5 pm only) Indeed a very small price to pay. Especially when you know lightning is bound to strike any time.'
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\ Hge 4 H—Itigga M— • Wtwjjt^Handlwsea, Nt>4a TnsMiiqr, Bl^jr H MM Tvesday, May 2i 1088 ^: '--^' I • :*> • -• ^ Safety from page 1 Highway from page 1 ic chemicahi. Hanson said the rest would go for new psnonnel if approved by the ooundl tonight. City Councilman Michael Harris fads^'the dty will still disd to fem a coounitte* to "come up with a plim of staffing for both those are in the future. But we may not have to use (the. tax initiative to do itX at kast in dooming year." During the budget committee meeting last week, council decided to set up two committees. 7^^ Hrat, which wss scheduled to meet after preastime M^day, will discuss the Henderson Fire Department's Emergency Medical Services program, possible addition of paramedic service, and the desire of^A oommercial ambulance eompany to handle emergencies in Henderson. The second committee was 0Ot immediately farmed, aiibough the council indicated time constraints due to the possiblity of a public vote to raise funds. The committee was dasignattd to ba fomiad after the polio* and firs department dusA pointed out qMdal nseds bseauas of th* dtg'* rapid growth. A patition with naarly 6,000 sBgnatnna and a spokesman firom the firefigfatar's union also spurred fonnation of the committee. HFD Chief Dale Starr feels the committee "is way overdue." With it tha council can prepare for the future "and knew beforehand ... the longrange discussions we had." He plans to discuss with his staff how to use the three additional positions. He ssid the department needs another inspector and a records clerk, "and if we keep the EMS system, Fm going to need a... coordinator." "WeVe hoping that th^ pursue a tax increase ... for kog-, range phnning for polioa and fire Ar th* asKt (anxiiaD ytsara,' Hendersoo Police Department Chief James Goff commented. He noted the committee will Decision page 1 disaster and the governor's declaration of emergency. Bloomquist said the town might be more likely to get the aid if it had been involved in a natural disaster. Since the Pepcon explosions were mannude, somebody will Eventually be held accountable. That, according to recent reports out of Washington, couM weigh unfavorably on the president's decision. Verne Paul, a public relations officer for FEMA's district nine office in San Francisco, said he knows the agency's report on Henderson is in Washington, D.C. "It's a long process," Paule said. "It is in Washington, D.C, but where, I do not know." Paule would not say whether the delay would affect Henderson's chances of getting aid. "It's really based on the ability of the (state and local) governments to respond," Paule said. If the president did declare Hendei^n a disaster area, each family affected by the blasts would be eligible for up to $5,000 in federal grants. If he does not do that, there are still some other avenues available to attain aid. The Small Business Administration could provide small business loans or the dty could take legal action against whatever party is found to be responsible in the disaster. For pe(^ who need immediate aesjatance, the United Steelworicers of America's Local 4856 has set up the He Disaster Relief Fund. Jim Thompson, president of the local, said people in need can come to the Steelworkers' office at 47 Water Street. "We give out vouchers for food, gasoline, and medical needs," Thompson said. "We've helped over 400 people so far." 'nionu)8on stressed that anybody affected by the disaster, not just union members, are eligible for help. "We have rules and regulations that we go by, because we're operating as a non-proHt organization," Thompson said. "Basically, its just for people tbat^nieNMlbelp." INDUSTRIAL MEDICAL GROUP OF HENDERSON Many workers have been treated during the last week with iow grade ear Infections that have been bothersome for several days since the Pepcon explosion May 4. if you were working at that time and are experiencing any ear problem, you may report to our clinic for a free ear exam and audlogram if deemed necessary by our physicians. Because of time lapses internal ear infections have been noted to spread Into secondary Infections, thus requiring prolonged treatment. SIIS claims will be filed for positive exam results for any necessary followup care. No appointment is necessary. For persons not st wofk, please check with your family physicians. HOURS. MON-FRI 7 A.M. TO 7 P.M. SAT 7 A.M. TO 3 P.M. 222 LEAD ST. 564-2433 ll#.McMi,ILO. ILO.,FJ.CJ. Ron HutMl MuttW n*ei9todat*rmiiM the number of positions and other needs. But, he pointed out, The general fund monies available over the next several years will not support the type of police and fire manning we Witt need." He aaid the thrse eataa poaitions expected to be added at tonight's meeting will go for uniformed officers. The tentative budget gave HPD two clerks and three ofHcers, but one officer was later changed to a dispatcher. Goff noted it will take up to a year to train the new officers. Five who were hired last year are now in the police academy and will graduate this summer, he said. One other rookie and the five who will be added in the next fiscal year will go to the next academy class, he said. Pwds and small waterfalls could not only enhance the beauty, he noted, they could act as retMition basins "when we get the storms and the big events." Gateways and community evMits are among othsr subjects that need to be discussed, he said. The project scope runs frcnn Sunset Road to Horison Drive. Mann also pointed out different areu of Boulder Highway need different treatments. In some places the road is bordersd with homaa; in others it is entiivaly commercial. The right-of-way fluctuates between 100 and SOO feet. The next public meeting is criticsl in determining the direction for the project," he remarked in an interview after the Chamber luncheon. Jack Reynolds, the city's project engineer, mentioned many pec^le "don't feel that Horiaon ia the gateway to Henderson." While the federal money alkicated for the project can only be used up to Horiion, h0 said they were looking into use of the $3 million local voters added to the project. SPORTS H*Bders*a H*aM N*ws, Il*a4*rsea. Nevada Page • You N90d An Attomoy EXPERIENCED In SriS Clalmt Cult DWIQHT SPER Now B^i^^^i^k^ ^k^kflh^^M^kl ^^iaa^k^k^kl ^^fli AttA I MIINI UWSrai MWniM lOr MM SS4-1MS PRCE CONSULTATION WATCH THURSDAY'S PAPER FOR BEAUTY BUCKS Good At Beauty Corner S6S^844 303 S. Water St., Handaraon Trivial Pursuit — Scrabbis at the aCUIMESTOIIE 11* Watar at. An Hectrifying Night Booming rights. A deluge of jabs. And a flood of left hooks. That's the forecast when =Top Rank in association with Caesars Palace presents six bruising bouts in one thunderous night, May 27th in Caesars Sports Pavilion. Including the battle for the NABF Super Bantamweight crown between former WBA titleholder Louie Espinoza and undefeated young sensation Jesus Poll. The co-main event features current NABF heavyweight king Orlin Norris against highly ranked Andrew Stokes. Four other action packed matches complete this blockbuster card. Which you can attend for just $10, $15 or $20 by calling 731-7865. (Credit card orders Mon.-Fri. 9 am-5 pm only) Indeed a very small price to pay. Especially when you know lightning is bound to strike any time.'
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Page 6 Hendtrion Homt Nf ws, Hndrteii. Nevada Tuesday, Mi^ 24, 1968 Olympic hopefuls among athletes to be showcased in competition NBC SpcMTts will be presenting special coverage of the Las Vegas Sports Festival, Sunday, June 6 from 2 to 8 p.m. NYT; live, with portions pre-reeorded. Many of America's top Olympic candidates in four sports, boxing, cycling, gymnastics and swimming, will be showcased as NBC prepares for its coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics from Seoul, Korea, Sept. 15 to Oct. 4. Boxing competition in all 12 wei^t classes will pit United States amateurs against fighters tnm Hungary, Yugoslavia and Poland. The action will take place in The Rotunda of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Candidates for the United States men's Oljrmpic gymnastics team will compete in all six apparatus events, and the women'!' contingent will hold a gymnastics oxhibitioii. Gymnastics will take place in the Thmnas and Mack Arena on the campus of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. The UNLV Natatorium will be the site of the swimming competition. Two teams of American men and women will compete in 112 events. v Criterium course cycling for men and women will be conducted in nearby Bodder City. The women will race 30 lap of the seven-tenthsof-a-mile course, and the men will race 50. Coverage of the Las Vegaa Sports Festival will also feature some of NBCs sports announosrs in their upcoming Olympic roles. Dick Enberg will deeaibe the gymnastics action and Olym^c gold medalist Bart Conner will provide analysis, as they will during the Summer Games. John Naber, an Olympic swimming golf msdalist in 1976 and a swimming commentator for NBCs Olyppics oovemc*. will serve as the swimming analyst in Las Vegas. ^ HPRD offers youth tennis camp ATHLETE OF THE YEAR-CPOSS country runner Pat Hubbard was named Athlete of the Year by a Las V^^ as newspaper last week. Lung Association offers free greens fees The American Lung Association of Nevada is again offering its golf privilege card ^, for the general public. It's a wa/for you to be active in golf this yi^, for less, and at the same time support the Lung Association's fight against crippling lung disease. Amqrican Lung Association of Nevada's Golf Privilage Card features seven of the area's golf comes. They are Showboat Country Chib, TVopicana Country Club, Calvada Golf and Country Club, Black Mountain Golf and Country Qob, Sahara Country Qub. Painted Desert Golf Club and Los Prados Gold Course. For a $20 gift to the American Lung AModation of Nevada each lieclit misses test site closure vote ^ by Claude Evans Nevada AFL-CIO secretary Nevada's senior senator, Chic Hecht, failed to show up to vote on a bill that would have shut down the Nevada Test Site and thrown thousands of test site employees out of work. Hecht missed voting on legislation intended to establish a moratorium on nuclear tests. United States Senator Hairy Ried led a successful move to kill the bill, but he had to do it without Hecht's help. Where was Senator Hecht when we needed him? golf card holder is entitled to one free round of golf at each of the participating courses listed, some restrictions may apply. To obtain a card call the American Lung Association of Nevada at 454-2500. The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will be offering a new program called Tennis Buddies. Teimis Buddies is a youth tennis camp offered for five through 13-year-olds. The program originates from the Califorina Youth Tennis Foundation and covers three areas—akills instruction, practice session and fun competition. Each class session will consist of the three component areas. The classes will be taught by United States Tennis Association professionals Rob Merriman and Jeff Foley. The first session will begin June 14 through June 30. Classes will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. for five to 8 years old and 9 to 10:30 a.m. for nine to 13 years old. Cost of the program is $45 a camp. Camp sessions are for three weeks, six classes included. Pre-registration is required. Enrollment is limited. For additional information call the Civic Center at 565-2121 or stop by 201 Lead Street to register. If youVe been waiting for the price of sectional garage doors to come back down, Nevada Overhead Door would like to inform you that ours never went up. .Pe^^r i PLAY ft Many Mora at the GAMBU BOOK & GAME STOBE ait Water St. Stt4^123 \\v li,T\(Mrf niisrd (.iirprices sincf JD^l, Complete garai^e door package.s installed from only $490. NEVADA OVERHEAD DOOR VVfe're^he-Company with the stately name "^ 737-8555 2910 S. Highland Dr. Suite A, Las Vegas t wBonwim^its THE FIGURE"^ YOU WANT IS NOW REDUCED We've not only reduced the time it takes to lose weight, we've even reduced the price! Join now and save 50% on our fast, faster, fastest program ever: the New Quick Success Program. It works 20% faster than before, while keeping you healthy, pound after pound. So speed on down to Weight Watchers for a unique new program that's not only faster at reducing—it's also very reduced! ; ai\NM \ KKS\H > ^JOIN N0W...y2 PRICE g? (PAY ONLY $12, 1ST MEETING REGISTRATION FEE) I CALL FOR THE LOCATION NEAREST YOU 736-6683 MAURICE HERNANDEZ-The Basic High School graduate and fourtime state prep champion lost his opener, won by a pin, and lost again last weekend at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Topeka, Kans. If you're looking for a fight, then come to Caesars Palace every Tuesday night in May following the NBA playoffs. That's when ESPN's resident boxing guru Al Bernstein presents "Boxing By The Book" in the Olympiad. The world's most spectacular Race and Sports Book. Featuring championship bouts, expert commentary, specia guests, trivia contests and prize giveaway^ "Boxing By The Book" is yours to enjoy with our compliments. Al's subject this week is "NortonHolmes Revisited." A Caesars Classic. So to add more punch to your Tuesdays, come to Caesars. And get into a '^^ —— fight withAl Bernstein. LMALNOnCI im CiiMii imhtmUtm MgJwtMMwwfcMMililtofc. uiMkraMhailc'iliM. t W* Www ph tn Itgto''mt ^ '^ VtfM. Nfv. moi. :Noliwtahwik]r|tMlka(I, Wdfew TwHit. Ml Nortk im3lu latniNwIh Nvt.mu. W NMnrt tlw right to bid. H-May 17. 24. 31.19M LEGAL NOTICE 1977 Uwwfai to b MtU to UghMl fakUw whM titb b abUkmi hf Mckaak't UM. toial N*. 7W84HU1803. LiCMM ti*. S58PNP. TsM phMfcBu to wi il awwrBlMekt N. BobiiMM. 3819 Wwtr • M. Howtoa. Ts 77008. Ugtl 0Mn AIM MoMtW Btak, P.O. Box I04M. HoMtoii. Tm 77034. Notlet ta hwobjr flvM that I. Walkar Towiag. Ml North Parkaoa IMHI. HMdmoa. Novatla 89013 wUI MU ahort B ia aH oatd fMfmty • Thar*day, Ja 2.1988 At 10 am at Ml North Pwkaoa Road. Hndmoa. NY. 88015. Wt nmm the right to bid. H-May 17. 24. 31.1988 DlSTBlA'COURT*CLARK COUNTY. NirVADA OSCAR CASTANEDA. Plaiatiff. —vo— LETICIA CASTANEDA. Daftadaat. Caao No. D1060M Oq>t. No. IX DockotNo. W SUMMONS NOnCEI YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DEaOE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dYil Complalat kaa baw rikd hy tht pUatiff agaiaat yo for tha rtlicf Mt forth in th Coo^ plaint TU* ia an artiD to oi>^ia adivore*. 1. If yo iatawl to dafoMi hia lawaait. withia 20 daya af t thia SoauMaa ia Mrvad an you exdoaivc of the day of aarvic*. yoa onat do the following: a. FOa wHh tha CMi of thia Court, wkoaa addraaa ia ahowa below, a fanaal written reaponaa to the Complaint ia ae.cotdaacc with the mlea of the Court. a. Serve a copy of your teaponae upoo the attorney irhoee name and addreaa ia (hown below. 2. Unleaa yon reopond. your defaalt will be eaterad apon appKcation of the plaiatiff and thia Court may enter a Judgment agaiaat you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could reeult in the takblg of money or property or other reUef requeatad in the Complaint. 3. Ifyouiateadtoaeakthe advice of an attorney ia thie matter, yon abould do ao promptly lo that your reapoaaa amy be fliad oa time. leaned at diraetloa of: tDWARD WEINSTEIN, • SQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 1305 Laa Vegaa Blvd.. 8. Laa Vegaa. NV 88104 r LORETTA BOWBIAN. '^ CLERK OF COURT By: MARGO CROOKS DEPUTY CLERK (SEAU Data: April 38.1988 P Couaty Conrthouae t. 200 Seath Third Straat Laa Vegaa. Nevada 8eiM U-May 10,17.24. 31. Jane 7. JB2 lAL NOTICE labaaaUtoUgbaal MiKlaiaaMalMd ^ maahMfa'a Maa amU N 41133810418. U aM* N*. 8MR489, AIIMM MmUf. 3918 Bt n Ut$. Phoaaia. Aa 8M19 Ligai Owatr Aaaoa. Qnt. • • PL CU, Mil N. BhNfc Ca ym, Fhaaaia, Aa 88818. Notiaa ia kanlv ghrwllMit L Walfcw TMrii Ml 88911 win tBOALNOnci Ja2,iaMA18aaatiil WarthPartaaBMid.Hii aan. Nov. 88915. WarMnmtkarigbttoUd. H-May 17. U3Tl9 LEGAL NOnCB 1978 Valhaw^i R^hWt taba aoid ta higheat hldtewkw title laabtidMd by Serial NA 178S2148B& UaiMa Na. JDM408. plataa. Regfatarad Alvar Batrada Rala. 318 Woadworth St. H, Sadra WoaUay, Wa 98814 and VMal Gaiva% 1133 WIcfcar Rod #14. Sa*a WooOay. Wa 98884. Lagal OwMT UakMwa Notice ia hereby givaa that L Waflw Twii. 881 Nerth Parhaao. Headwaeo. Nevada 8001S will aaU above ma^ UtfBid pfopvty M jBWMlMr* Jaa2.1988Atl0amatMl North Parhaaa Road. Headermm, Nev. 89018. We reaarva the right to bid. H-May 17 24. 3L 1988 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA LAURA VANDBRSEE, Pbdntiff. f JOEL VANDCR8EE. Defendant. Caaa No. D106894 Dept Na Dochrt No, SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN ^UED. THE COURT MAY JDBCIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS, READ THE INFORMATION BELOW, TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvil Complaiat baa beea filed by the plaiatiff ^aiaat yon for the reliaf eat forth ia the Conplaint. Thia iaaa actia to obtain a divoroe. 1. If ynu iataad to defead thia lawanit. withia 20 day* after tUa SnmmoM ia eerved oa yon excloaive of the day of aervlee, you mnet do the foUowlnr a. File with the Clerk of thia Court, whoaa addrea* i* ahown below, a formal written reeponae to th* Compbiat in aecordaaca with the rnlea of the Cowt. a. Serve a copy of your reepooae npoa the attorney whoae name and addreaa ia ahowa below. 2. Unleaa you raapond. yoor default will be eaterad npoa applicatioa of the pbdatif f and thle Caurt aMjr eater a Jai^ meat agaiaat yoa for the relief demaadad ia the Complaint, which eouMraaalt ia the taking of noaey or property or other relief raqoeated ia the Complaiat. 3. If yon intend to eaek the advice of aa attorney ia thi* metter, you ahaald da ao promptly ao that your raapoaaa may be filed oa time, laaaed at diraetloa af: EDWARD WEINSTEIN. ESQ. Attoraey for PUatirf 2306 Laa Vegaa Blvd.. S. La* Vegaa. NV M104 LORETTA BOWMAN. CLERK OF COURT MICHELB FROMM DEPUTY CLERK (BEAU Data: April 80.1988 Couaty Coartbauaa 200 Soutk Third Stiaot Laa Vegaa. Nevada MIM H-May 10, 17. 24. 31. June 7. 1988 By: DISTRICT COURT ^„_^ CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA BRENNAN'SLTD,ANavadnl Corporation. Plaintiff. va. CARLOS LOTTER, aka CJ, LOTTER. Dafewiaat Caaa no. AD84809 I>apt.ao.VH NOTICE TO LIEN CLAIMANTS TO FILE AND SERVICE STATEMENTS OF FACTS OONarrmmNO THEIR LIENS TO: ALL PERSONS HOLDING MECHANICS URN UPON THKPRfXPIRTyLEOALLYDBSaUBEDBELOW.lNLAS VEGAS, NEV. ASpwaeainMmiNraaierhaaif'alleafaithefoBowi^daMribad n r apw i y. ta witLri8*v^Hte*<79iaBhidkOaea)a*fmdaat dbwi aaaiid. a writtaa atatamait af faeta aaaatltatiag tkair Iva, togathar with tbe dataa aad amoaata tkeraaf. SaM atataamat maat be filad withia tea (10 daya af tba iMt aakHaatfam af ttia Natla*. DATED thia 27th day af April. 1998. /*/ JAMES J. BROWN. ESQUIRE Attoraey for PUatiff 830 E Chariaatoa Blvd. Laa Vegaa. Nevada M104 H-May Ift 17. U. 1988. DISTRICT COURT CLAEK COUNTY, NEVADA MABEL JUNE BALL. Sparioi AdudalMfalriB af the Brtalaaf FBANK RICHARD • AmOaoHa*d,aadaaaa diaa AdUlaa far ANTOINETTE IRBNE BALL •ad TARA MABEL JUNE BALU MtoaiB. PUatiff. —v— LAS VEGAS METROPCH^ ITAN POUCE DEPARTMENT. THE CITY or LAS VJBGAS. THE COUNTY OF CLARK, aad THE CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS, all paStiaal aabdMaiaaa e th* Male af Navada; OFFICER MANUAL OUAROIOLA: OFnCER JOHN HILLENBRAND: OFFICERS DOES I thraih V aad ROBERT CROPIl. Iadividaally. Drfaadaata. CMeNa.A2840M Dapt No. VII OackatNaiP SUMMONS NOnCEI YOUHAVEBEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECII AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RE^ 8P0ND WITHIN 30 DAYa READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dril Complaiat baa baaa Iliad by the piriatifr iakMt yaa for theraUefeet forth to the ComphdaLTHIS IS AN ACnON TO RECOVER DABIAGES FOR THE WRONGFUL DEATH OF FRANK RICHARD BALL. 1. If yoa totend to defead thi* Uw*uit. witbto daya after tide Saaumaa k eerved en you ezcloaiye of the day of aerviee, you mnat do the foUowiar a.FOewiththeCMiefthi* Coort. whom addreaa ia ahowa below, a fonaal writtaa re•pon** to the Complatot to aceordaaca with the mlea of the Court. a. Serve a copy of your reapoaie upon the ettoraay whoae aame and addraee ia ahowa below. 2. Ualeaa yaa reapond. your default wUI be catered apoa appUcatioa of the plafatiff aad thi* Court nay eater a Judr meat agaiaat yoa lor the relaf demanded to the Complatot. which could reaaU to the tahiag of money or property or other relief reqaeated to the Complatot. 3. If you totaad to aeek the • dviee of aa attemey to thia matter, yoa ahould do ao promptly eo that yoor re•pon*e may be filed on time, leaued at direction of: EDWARD G. MARSHALL Attorney for Ptototiff 324 SouUi Thiri Street #2 Laa Vegaa. NV MlOl LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: ALONA FUJM DEPUTY CLERK (SEAL) Date: March 31,1988 County Conrthouae 200 Sooth Third Street Laa Vega*. Nevnda WIM H-May 10.17. 24. 31.1988 BEFORE THE PUBUC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING A tow ear tariff flHiw,idenllfiad aa Dodkot No. 8841S7. haa haea mad aridi the PabHc Serviee Coauatoriea af Nevada r'Commiaaiaa") by AARow af Nevada, lae. dba AARow WrMtfag A Staraga. The tariff eaaaiato of raviaiaaa to Tow Cm Tariff Na IA gov^ diaahiad. abaadoaed. imIWlttff>9*.tltliaHlromh, ft|,,„iM,,MllVl,l4j„^^^ LBQALNOTICB <• N^ 173BQK. Nevada gUja^iaSiatarad awaer 7flEaa398lJoM.NV 88919. hifd Owatr: CkA Caaaty Matan^3MiLaoVaeBhd. N.. Lm V^M. NV 8nU. NolfcatohaMtf gl .eathatl. Waimr Tmrim. 981 Nwtk Pmkaaa Road, Hiaiiiin. Navada 8N18 wM a*R dhava by tow ear aad forCateaarjBaadC towa betwaea paiato aad placm witbto a twaaty (201 mOa radiaa af North Laa Vegaa. Nevada for *pmatiiai eaadaeled aadr CPC A-3Q28. Siib L The ravtoad tariff waa filed aad la to af f eat puraaaat to NRS7WJ2L Far Category B towa the llratnvamaaaarlmala888J8 (day rate) aad 841.10 (dight fatal. MilMa to aaeaaa af 11 mllaabaliHaikH88J8b8L18 lafSailaSlJipir gMval laadi. Par Calagaty C tfrathaflatiatoteS8liO(day lalai aad 875.44 (atght ratal. mOaMa to aaeaaa of 10 adlM toOtTOpwmila. natarifftoaamaattheaflleaaaftbtOM^aatoa.7n r^rvlaw Drive. Cmaaa City. Navada 81718 aad the AkaaadmDawaaaBaOdhf. South Saaaam. Laa V Nevada 89188MaO. lataraatad aad alfactad per aaaamnaaMaattowrittog attlMi^aiaHaftfc* day.JaaailiMatMamal • 81 NrtkPiBhBaaRaad.Haa. daaa.Nav. Wa naarv* the right to hM. H-May K 8L Jaaa 1, 1988 BEFORE THE PUBUC SERVICE OOMMIinOlf OP NEVADA NOTICE OP TARIFF PnJNO Atowaartariir liltodaaDadMN8S4 haa ba*a fBad wltt th PaMto darC I d I")byHataU L. Can aad Saaaa A. Oaardha ladUa Spriawa Towii*. Tte tariff eoaatota af iwtatoM to Tow Cm Tmiff No. A go^ or^ag the traaapartattaa af diaabhd. abaadoaed. iatibylowam farCatigwyBaadC towa bataieoa paiata aad af I Nevada: aad aad piaem withto a twaaty ( mOafadtoaafladlHSpai^i. Nevada aa the aM Nad wd patotaaadphcHwithtoaaae aaval|y4lva079ale far 'CK A4327. The ravtoed taailf wai filed aad la to effect toNRS700Jn. For C ategory B tapa the flratflvaarilmorlaMiaS80J5 (day ratal aad Sdl.li^taight rate). Mllaaga to eicaaa af &1 mOm bat Iaaa thaa M J k 82.10 per arik aa paved aad taiaad gravel to eacaaa af M.l k 81.U ptf afLV witMa a afLV( ptoem witbto a eaa >ty4lve(178) gwwai r u di. Far towa the ftoliatok rota) aad 878.44 k8B.]ily*toiir ThatMlfrkaaflbatlkaafIkaa af Ika OaaHkriaak TV F^otow Drim Omaaa CRF. Nevada 88718 Md tka South Nevada ISlSUtm. attkaaMaaaallha Jaaa a. 1888. Krtha Itl WILLIAM -VAWCE. Datod: Caraaa OMy, May ia.l8M (SEAU H-May H H gravel raada. Far Catagary towa the flat latakOUJOidi ratal aad 876.44 Wght ratek milt^i to eacaaa af 18 ^ka to 82.10 per adk. ThetariffkaallkattheefftomoftheC'mill III i.77 Fairviaw Drtva, Cataaa Oly. Nevada 88710 and tito Akiaader Dawaaa BalhHag. 4046 South Spoamr. Laa Vega*. Nevnda M188-38M. lataraatad aad affected per aoaamaycamm*attawrittog attheoffkeaaftke aioa oa ar before Wedaoaday, Jane 8. 1988. By the III WILLIAM H. VANCE. Coam ri a d ea Sooia ta ry Doted: Caraaa Gty. Nevada May 13. 1W8 (SEAU H-May 34.19M BEFORE THE PUBUC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING AtowcmtarifHllli^,ld*a Dakat No. 8M185, lOad with the PnkRc kmadaaka of Novada rr ml li ") hgr Oaa Baemi'a34HR.Tmrtlac TkatmWamMktoaf toTow CmTmMriaLAo^ erdkg tka tiimfiriHiii ef diaabtod. vaUekahytavmr farCatagHFBaadC CPCA-ftTka lavtoad tariff waa Okdad to to affect puraaaat lo NR8 7Q8.S2L Far Catagary B lava tka lbatllvamBMorkwk83iLm (day ratal aad 84U8 ralalL MBana to aaeaaa af U • aobatkBBtka8Uk8t38 toaaeeaaaf88Jk91J8pm fflaaapavodaMaiiklikil '^ m ——————____

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Page 6 Hendtrion Homt Nf ws, Hndrteii. Nevada Tuesday, Mi^ 24, 1968 Olympic hopefuls among athletes to be showcased in competition NBC SpcMTts will be presenting special coverage of the Las Vegas Sports Festival, Sunday, June 6 from 2 to 8 p.m. NYT; live, with portions pre-reeorded. Many of America's top Olympic candidates in four sports, boxing, cycling, gymnastics and swimming, will be showcased as NBC prepares for its coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics from Seoul, Korea, Sept. 15 to Oct. 4. Boxing competition in all 12 wei^t classes will pit United States amateurs against fighters tnm Hungary, Yugoslavia and Poland. The action will take place in The Rotunda of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Candidates for the United States men's Oljrmpic gymnastics team will compete in all six apparatus events, and the women'!' contingent will hold a gymnastics oxhibitioii. Gymnastics will take place in the Thmnas and Mack Arena on the campus of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. The UNLV Natatorium will be the site of the swimming competition. Two teams of American men and women will compete in 112 events. v Criterium course cycling for men and women will be conducted in nearby Bodder City. The women will race 30 lap of the seven-tenthsof-a-mile course, and the men will race 50. Coverage of the Las Vegaa Sports Festival will also feature some of NBCs sports announosrs in their upcoming Olympic roles. Dick Enberg will deeaibe the gymnastics action and Olym^c gold medalist Bart Conner will provide analysis, as they will during the Summer Games. John Naber, an Olympic swimming golf msdalist in 1976 and a swimming commentator for NBCs Olyppics oovemc*. will serve as the swimming analyst in Las Vegas. ^ HPRD offers youth tennis camp ATHLETE OF THE YEAR-CPOSS country runner Pat Hubbard was named Athlete of the Year by a Las V^^ as newspaper last week. Lung Association offers free greens fees The American Lung Association of Nevada is again offering its golf privilege card ^, for the general public. It's a wa/for you to be active in golf this yi^, for less, and at the same time support the Lung Association's fight against crippling lung disease. Amqrican Lung Association of Nevada's Golf Privilage Card features seven of the area's golf comes. They are Showboat Country Chib, TVopicana Country Club, Calvada Golf and Country Club, Black Mountain Golf and Country Qob, Sahara Country Qub. Painted Desert Golf Club and Los Prados Gold Course. For a $20 gift to the American Lung AModation of Nevada each lieclit misses test site closure vote ^ by Claude Evans Nevada AFL-CIO secretary Nevada's senior senator, Chic Hecht, failed to show up to vote on a bill that would have shut down the Nevada Test Site and thrown thousands of test site employees out of work. Hecht missed voting on legislation intended to establish a moratorium on nuclear tests. United States Senator Hairy Ried led a successful move to kill the bill, but he had to do it without Hecht's help. Where was Senator Hecht when we needed him? golf card holder is entitled to one free round of golf at each of the participating courses listed, some restrictions may apply. To obtain a card call the American Lung Association of Nevada at 454-2500. The Henderson Parks and Recreation Department will be offering a new program called Tennis Buddies. Teimis Buddies is a youth tennis camp offered for five through 13-year-olds. The program originates from the Califorina Youth Tennis Foundation and covers three areas—akills instruction, practice session and fun competition. Each class session will consist of the three component areas. The classes will be taught by United States Tennis Association professionals Rob Merriman and Jeff Foley. The first session will begin June 14 through June 30. Classes will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. for five to 8 years old and 9 to 10:30 a.m. for nine to 13 years old. Cost of the program is $45 a camp. Camp sessions are for three weeks, six classes included. Pre-registration is required. Enrollment is limited. For additional information call the Civic Center at 565-2121 or stop by 201 Lead Street to register. If youVe been waiting for the price of sectional garage doors to come back down, Nevada Overhead Door would like to inform you that ours never went up. .Pe^^r i PLAY ft Many Mora at the GAMBU BOOK & GAME STOBE ait Water St. Stt4^123 \\v li,T\(Mrf niisrd (.iirprices sincf JD^l, Complete garai^e door package.s installed from only $490. NEVADA OVERHEAD DOOR VVfe're^he-Company with the stately name "^ 737-8555 2910 S. Highland Dr. Suite A, Las Vegas t wBonwim^its THE FIGURE"^ YOU WANT IS NOW REDUCED We've not only reduced the time it takes to lose weight, we've even reduced the price! Join now and save 50% on our fast, faster, fastest program ever: the New Quick Success Program. It works 20% faster than before, while keeping you healthy, pound after pound. So speed on down to Weight Watchers for a unique new program that's not only faster at reducing—it's also very reduced! ; ai\NM \ KKS\H > ^JOIN N0W...y2 PRICE g? (PAY ONLY $12, 1ST MEETING REGISTRATION FEE) I CALL FOR THE LOCATION NEAREST YOU 736-6683 MAURICE HERNANDEZ-The Basic High School graduate and fourtime state prep champion lost his opener, won by a pin, and lost again last weekend at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Topeka, Kans. If you're looking for a fight, then come to Caesars Palace every Tuesday night in May following the NBA playoffs. That's when ESPN's resident boxing guru Al Bernstein presents "Boxing By The Book" in the Olympiad. The world's most spectacular Race and Sports Book. Featuring championship bouts, expert commentary, specia guests, trivia contests and prize giveaway^ "Boxing By The Book" is yours to enjoy with our compliments. Al's subject this week is "NortonHolmes Revisited." A Caesars Classic. So to add more punch to your Tuesdays, come to Caesars. And get into a '^^ —— fight withAl Bernstein. LMALNOnCI im CiiMii imhtmUtm MgJwtMMwwfcMMililtofc. uiMkraMhailc'iliM. t W* Www ph tn Itgto''mt ^ '^ VtfM. Nfv. moi. :Noliwtahwik]r|tMlka(I, Wdfew TwHit. Ml Nortk im3lu latniNwIh Nvt.mu. W NMnrt tlw right to bid. H-May 17. 24. 31.19M LEGAL NOTICE 1977 Uwwfai to b MtU to UghMl fakUw whM titb b abUkmi hf Mckaak't UM. toial N*. 7W84HU1803. LiCMM ti*. S58PNP. TsM phMfcBu to wi il awwrBlMekt N. BobiiMM. 3819 Wwtr • M. Howtoa. Ts 77008. Ugtl 0Mn AIM MoMtW Btak, P.O. Box I04M. HoMtoii. Tm 77034. Notlet ta hwobjr flvM that I. Walkar Towiag. Ml North Parkaoa IMHI. HMdmoa. Novatla 89013 wUI MU ahort B ia aH oatd fMfmty • Thar*day, Ja 2.1988 At 10 am at Ml North Pwkaoa Road. Hndmoa. NY. 88015. Wt nmm the right to bid. H-May 17. 24. 31.1988 DlSTBlA'COURT*CLARK COUNTY. NirVADA OSCAR CASTANEDA. Plaiatiff. —vo— LETICIA CASTANEDA. Daftadaat. Caao No. D1060M Oq>t. No. IX DockotNo. W SUMMONS NOnCEI YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DEaOE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dYil Complalat kaa baw rikd hy tht pUatiff agaiaat yo for tha rtlicf Mt forth in th Coo^ plaint TU* ia an artiD to oi>^ia adivore*. 1. If yo iatawl to dafoMi hia lawaait. withia 20 daya af t thia SoauMaa ia Mrvad an you exdoaivc of the day of aarvic*. yoa onat do the following: a. FOa wHh tha CMi of thia Court, wkoaa addraaa ia ahowa below, a fanaal written reaponaa to the Complaint ia ae.cotdaacc with the mlea of the Court. a. Serve a copy of your teaponae upoo the attorney irhoee name and addreaa ia (hown below. 2. Unleaa yon reopond. your defaalt will be eaterad apon appKcation of the plaiatiff and thia Court may enter a Judgment agaiaat you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could reeult in the takblg of money or property or other reUef requeatad in the Complaint. 3. Ifyouiateadtoaeakthe advice of an attorney ia thie matter, yon abould do ao promptly lo that your reapoaaa amy be fliad oa time. leaned at diraetloa of: tDWARD WEINSTEIN, • SQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 1305 Laa Vegaa Blvd.. 8. Laa Vegaa. NV 88104 r LORETTA BOWBIAN. '^ CLERK OF COURT By: MARGO CROOKS DEPUTY CLERK (SEAU Data: April 38.1988 P Couaty Conrthouae t. 200 Seath Third Straat Laa Vegaa. Nevada 8eiM U-May 10,17.24. 31. Jane 7. JB2 lAL NOTICE labaaaUtoUgbaal MiKlaiaaMalMd ^ maahMfa'a Maa amU N 41133810418. U aM* N*. 8MR489, AIIMM MmUf. 3918 Bt n Ut$. Phoaaia. Aa 8M19 Ligai Owatr Aaaoa. Qnt. • • PL CU, Mil N. BhNfc Ca ym, Fhaaaia, Aa 88818. Notiaa ia kanlv ghrwllMit L Walfcw TMrii Ml 88911 win tBOALNOnci Ja2,iaMA18aaatiil WarthPartaaBMid.Hii aan. Nov. 88915. WarMnmtkarigbttoUd. H-May 17. U3Tl9 LEGAL NOnCB 1978 Valhaw^i R^hWt taba aoid ta higheat hldtewkw title laabtidMd by Serial NA 178S2148B& UaiMa Na. JDM408. plataa. Regfatarad Alvar Batrada Rala. 318 Woadworth St. H, Sadra WoaUay, Wa 98814 and VMal Gaiva% 1133 WIcfcar Rod #14. Sa*a WooOay. Wa 98884. Lagal OwMT UakMwa Notice ia hereby givaa that L Waflw Twii. 881 Nerth Parhaao. Headwaeo. Nevada 8001S will aaU above ma^ UtfBid pfopvty M jBWMlMr* Jaa2.1988Atl0amatMl North Parhaaa Road. Headermm, Nev. 89018. We reaarva the right to bid. H-May 17 24. 3L 1988 DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA LAURA VANDBRSEE, Pbdntiff. f JOEL VANDCR8EE. Defendant. Caaa No. D106894 Dept Na Dochrt No, SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN ^UED. THE COURT MAY JDBCIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS, READ THE INFORMATION BELOW, TO THE DEFENDANT: A dvil Complaiat baa beea filed by the plaiatiff ^aiaat yon for the reliaf eat forth ia the Conplaint. Thia iaaa actia to obtain a divoroe. 1. If ynu iataad to defead thia lawanit. withia 20 day* after tUa SnmmoM ia eerved oa yon excloaive of the day of aervlee, you mnet do the foUowlnr a. File with the Clerk of thia Court, whoaa addrea* i* ahown below, a formal written reeponae to th* Compbiat in aecordaaca with the rnlea of the Cowt. a. Serve a copy of your reepooae npoa the attorney whoae name and addreaa ia ahowa below. 2. Unleaa you raapond. yoor default will be eaterad npoa applicatioa of the pbdatif f and thle Caurt aMjr eater a Jai^ meat agaiaat yoa for the relief demaadad ia the Complaint, which eouMraaalt ia the taking of noaey or property or other relief raqoeated ia the Complaiat. 3. If yon intend to eaek the advice of aa attorney ia thi* metter, you ahaald da ao promptly ao that your raapoaaa may be filed oa time, laaaed at diraetloa af: EDWARD WEINSTEIN. ESQ. Attoraey for PUatirf 2306 Laa Vegaa Blvd.. S. La* Vegaa. NV M104 LORETTA BOWMAN. CLERK OF COURT MICHELB FROMM DEPUTY CLERK (BEAU Data: April 80.1988 Couaty Coartbauaa 200 Soutk Third Stiaot Laa Vegaa. Nevada MIM H-May 10, 17. 24. 31. June 7. 1988 By: DISTRICT COURT ^„_^ CLARK COUNTY. NEVADA BRENNAN'SLTD,ANavadnl Corporation. Plaintiff. va. CARLOS LOTTER, aka CJ, LOTTER. Dafewiaat Caaa no. AD84809 I>apt.ao.VH NOTICE TO LIEN CLAIMANTS TO FILE AND SERVICE STATEMENTS OF FACTS OONarrmmNO THEIR LIENS TO: ALL PERSONS HOLDING MECHANICS URN UPON THKPRfXPIRTyLEOALLYDBSaUBEDBELOW.lNLAS VEGAS, NEV. ASpwaeainMmiNraaierhaaif'alleafaithefoBowi^daMribad n r apw i y. ta witLri8*v^Hte*<79iaBhidkOaea)a*fmdaat dbwi aaaiid. a writtaa atatamait af faeta aaaatltatiag tkair Iva, togathar with tbe dataa aad amoaata tkeraaf. SaM atataamat maat be filad withia tea (10 daya af tba iMt aakHaatfam af ttia Natla*. DATED thia 27th day af April. 1998. /*/ JAMES J. BROWN. ESQUIRE Attoraey for PUatiff 830 E Chariaatoa Blvd. Laa Vegaa. Nevada M104 H-May Ift 17. U. 1988. DISTRICT COURT CLAEK COUNTY, NEVADA MABEL JUNE BALL. Sparioi AdudalMfalriB af the Brtalaaf FBANK RICHARD • AmOaoHa*d,aadaaaa diaa AdUlaa far ANTOINETTE IRBNE BALL •ad TARA MABEL JUNE BALU MtoaiB. PUatiff. —v— LAS VEGAS METROPCH^ ITAN POUCE DEPARTMENT. THE CITY or LAS VJBGAS. THE COUNTY OF CLARK, aad THE CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS, all paStiaal aabdMaiaaa e th* Male af Navada; OFFICER MANUAL OUAROIOLA: OFnCER JOHN HILLENBRAND: OFFICERS DOES I thraih V aad ROBERT CROPIl. Iadividaally. Drfaadaata. CMeNa.A2840M Dapt No. VII OackatNaiP SUMMONS NOnCEI YOUHAVEBEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECII AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RE^ 8P0ND WITHIN 30 DAYa READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: A dril Complaiat baa baaa Iliad by the piriatifr iakMt yaa for theraUefeet forth to the ComphdaLTHIS IS AN ACnON TO RECOVER DABIAGES FOR THE WRONGFUL DEATH OF FRANK RICHARD BALL. 1. If yoa totend to defead thi* Uw*uit. witbto daya after tide Saaumaa k eerved en you ezcloaiye of the day of aerviee, you mnat do the foUowiar a.FOewiththeCMiefthi* Coort. whom addreaa ia ahowa below, a fonaal writtaa re•pon** to the Complatot to aceordaaca with the mlea of the Court. a. Serve a copy of your reapoaie upon the ettoraay whoae aame and addraee ia ahowa below. 2. Ualeaa yaa reapond. your default wUI be catered apoa appUcatioa of the plafatiff aad thi* Court nay eater a Judr meat agaiaat yoa lor the relaf demanded to the Complatot. which could reaaU to the tahiag of money or property or other relief reqaeated to the Complatot. 3. If you totaad to aeek the • dviee of aa attemey to thia matter, yoa ahould do ao promptly eo that yoor re•pon*e may be filed on time, leaued at direction of: EDWARD G. MARSHALL Attorney for Ptototiff 324 SouUi Thiri Street #2 Laa Vegaa. NV MlOl LORETTA BOWMAN, CLERK OF COURT By: ALONA FUJM DEPUTY CLERK (SEAL) Date: March 31,1988 County Conrthouae 200 Sooth Third Street Laa Vega*. Nevnda WIM H-May 10.17. 24. 31.1988 BEFORE THE PUBUC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING A tow ear tariff flHiw,idenllfiad aa Dodkot No. 8841S7. haa haea mad aridi the PabHc Serviee Coauatoriea af Nevada r'Commiaaiaa") by AARow af Nevada, lae. dba AARow WrMtfag A Staraga. The tariff eaaaiato of raviaiaaa to Tow Cm Tariff Na IA gov^ diaahiad. abaadoaed. imIWlttff>9*.tltliaHlromh, ft|,,„iM,,MllVl,l4j„^^^ LBQALNOTICB <• N^ 173BQK. Nevada gUja^iaSiatarad awaer 7flEaa398lJoM.NV 88919. hifd Owatr: CkA Caaaty Matan^3MiLaoVaeBhd. N.. Lm V^M. NV 8nU. NolfcatohaMtf gl .eathatl. Waimr Tmrim. 981 Nwtk Pmkaaa Road, Hiaiiiin. Navada 8N18 wM a*R dhava by tow ear aad forCateaarjBaadC towa betwaea paiato aad placm witbto a twaaty (201 mOa radiaa af North Laa Vegaa. Nevada for *pmatiiai eaadaeled aadr CPC A-3Q28. Siib L The ravtoad tariff waa filed aad la to af f eat puraaaat to NRS7WJ2L Far Category B towa the llratnvamaaaarlmala888J8 (day rate) aad 841.10 (dight fatal. MilMa to aaeaaa af 11 mllaabaliHaikH88J8b8L18 lafSailaSlJipir gMval laadi. Par Calagaty C tfrathaflatiatoteS8liO(day lalai aad 875.44 (atght ratal. mOaMa to aaeaaa of 10 adlM toOtTOpwmila. natarifftoaamaattheaflleaaaftbtOM^aatoa.7n r^rvlaw Drive. Cmaaa City. Navada 81718 aad the AkaaadmDawaaaBaOdhf. South Saaaam. Laa V Nevada 89188MaO. lataraatad aad alfactad per aaaamnaaMaattowrittog attlMi^aiaHaftfc* day.JaaailiMatMamal • 81 NrtkPiBhBaaRaad.Haa. daaa.Nav. Wa naarv* the right to hM. H-May K 8L Jaaa 1, 1988 BEFORE THE PUBUC SERVICE OOMMIinOlf OP NEVADA NOTICE OP TARIFF PnJNO Atowaartariir liltodaaDadMN8S4 haa ba*a fBad wltt th PaMto darC I d I")byHataU L. Can aad Saaaa A. Oaardha ladUa Spriawa Towii*. Tte tariff eoaatota af iwtatoM to Tow Cm Tmiff No. A go^ or^ag the traaapartattaa af diaabhd. abaadoaed. iatibylowam farCatigwyBaadC towa bataieoa paiata aad af I Nevada: aad aad piaem withto a twaaty ( mOafadtoaafladlHSpai^i. Nevada aa the aM Nad wd patotaaadphcHwithtoaaae aaval|y4lva079ale far 'CK A4327. The ravtoed taailf wai filed aad la to effect toNRS700Jn. For C ategory B tapa the flratflvaarilmorlaMiaS80J5 (day ratal aad Sdl.li^taight rate). Mllaaga to eicaaa af &1 mOm bat Iaaa thaa M J k 82.10 per arik aa paved aad taiaad gravel to eacaaa af M.l k 81.U ptf afLV witMa a afLV( ptoem witbto a eaa >ty4lve(178) gwwai r u di. Far towa the ftoliatok rota) aad 878.44 k8B.]ily*toiir ThatMlfrkaaflbatlkaafIkaa af Ika OaaHkriaak TV F^otow Drim Omaaa CRF. Nevada 88718 Md tka South Nevada ISlSUtm. attkaaMaaaallha Jaaa a. 1888. Krtha Itl WILLIAM -VAWCE. Datod: Caraaa OMy, May ia.l8M (SEAU H-May H H gravel raada. Far Catagary towa the flat latakOUJOidi ratal aad 876.44 Wght ratek milt^i to eacaaa af 18 ^ka to 82.10 per adk. ThetariffkaallkattheefftomoftheC'mill III i.77 Fairviaw Drtva, Cataaa Oly. Nevada 88710 and tito Akiaader Dawaaa BalhHag. 4046 South Spoamr. Laa Vega*. Nevnda M188-38M. lataraatad aad affected per aoaamaycamm*attawrittog attheoffkeaaftke aioa oa ar before Wedaoaday, Jane 8. 1988. By the III WILLIAM H. VANCE. Coam ri a d ea Sooia ta ry Doted: Caraaa Gty. Nevada May 13. 1W8 (SEAU H-May 34.19M BEFORE THE PUBUC SERVICE COMMISSION OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING AtowcmtarifHllli^,ld*a Dakat No. 8M185, lOad with the PnkRc kmadaaka of Novada rr ml li ") hgr Oaa Baemi'a34HR.Tmrtlac TkatmWamMktoaf toTow CmTmMriaLAo^ erdkg tka tiimfiriHiii ef diaabtod. vaUekahytavmr farCatagHFBaadC CPCA-ftTka lavtoad tariff waa Okdad to to affect puraaaat lo NR8 7Q8.S2L Far Catagary B lava tka lbatllvamBMorkwk83iLm (day ratal aad 84U8 ralalL MBana to aaeaaa af U • aobatkBBtka8Uk8t38 toaaeeaaaf88Jk91J8pm fflaaapavodaMaiiklikil '^ m ——————____

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• • PaiMillUndtrtoa HomNtwa. Htndertoii.Nevada Etl^St— TimdMj, Mn H n^V^'H ri r WANT ADS Bring Buyers and Sellers together =^ ;;i lines •ti lines IS lines 15 lines $4.00 wic .M.SOwlc $4.90 wk $5.35 wk ^ 7 lines $5.80 wic 8 lines $6.25 wi( 9 lines .$6.70 wk 10 lines $7.15 wk U^GAL NOTICE B;irORBTHB PUBLIC SEKVICE COMMISSION OF NBVADA tlOTICE OP TARIPP PILING A taw car Uriff flliag, idMUfioi M Docket No. 8M2I8, haa I wm nM with th PabUc Sar) ieo Comniiaaioa of Nevada I' CoouniaaioD") by Wkadm 1'racUng Corp. The tariff con I lata of revMons to Tow Cat Tariff No. S-A goveniag (he tnntf oriatfaw of diaabled. ah* iidoMd, tanponadad, daaiaceiloratnck Tehidea by tow tm awiar iJOOH ponda for CW^awjr B aad C towo hatwefapAMaaadplaeHwIlUa atv styCmmileradiaaof the uni 1 eorporated town of Paradia'i Nevada; aod between poiita aad placee within a twi I itjr (20i mile radina of the um I loorporated town of Paradif I, Nevada on the one hand ano but leas than SO.Oia S2.10 pf r mile on paved and mainta l> led gravel roada. Mileage in < rxceaa of 60.1 ia $1.66 per ra leoapavedandmaintaiBed gt I vel roada. For Category C toi rathe flat rate ia $61.80 (day rate) and $76.44 (night rate), m il cage in excess of 10 miles in '. 2.10 per mile. 1 he tariff is on file at theffi !) s of the Commission, 727 F d rvlew Drive, Carson City, N I /ada 89710 and the Alex ai • ier Dawaon Building, 4045 S> t tth Spencer, Las Vegaa, N e vada 8916M920. 1 ntereated and affected perai I la may comment in writing at he offices of the Commissi 0 a on or before Wednesday, JioeS. 1988. By the Commission, 'i 7 WILLIAM H. VANCE, Commission Secretary Di td: Carson City, Nevada ^l.y 13, 1988 (M':AU • May 24. 1988 BEFORE THE PUBLIC ; ERVICE COMMISSION < OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING A tow car tariff filing, ident led as Dodiet No. 884169. 1 1 8 been filed with the Public SI rvice Commission of Nevad I ^Commission") by Brady's Tew Service, Inc. The tariff cii. isiats of revisions to Tow CI r Tariff No. 3-A governing tl <'transportation of disabled. at I indooed, impounded, dam. a, {id or stucli veliiciea by tow Sill' under 9,000 pounds for Cf tegery B and C tows betM ees points aad places within a : vcnty (2W mile radius of (}alN f v-Air, Nevada; and between p > mta and places within s, tl I enty (20) mile radius of CaiN ( v-Air, Nevada on the one hi, id and points and plai^ w I Itin a one liondred seventyfi I'e (175) milr rsdius on the 011 Mr for operations conducted ni I ier CPC A4332, Sub 1. The re I ised tariff waa filed and is ia effect pursuant to NRS 7(.,321. I or Category B tows the fii i ao c a may coaunent in writing at i he olfieea of the CommiasitI oa or bafore Wedaaaday, JBI8. 198& BytheCaamiaaiaa, /• WILLIAM H. VANCE, • 1974 Ford Van 4-100. Fair condition. Evenings and or/afternoon. 564-3599 BUYGOVERNMbN^ seizea vehicles from $100. Fords, Chevys, Corvettes, etc. For intocall(602)842-1051,ext. 3114. RADIATOR-SALES AND REPAIR 293-7278 Big John & Sons FoothiS Dr BC. up to 3 lines (23 charaders per line) 45$ each additional line FOR WANT AI#V a a a 4 rWM TUESa FOR THURSa ISSUE viHiais COMPLETI • RAKKJOe Mwhanie oh dtity. Bouktv Cny Texaco 607 2M-1071 1984 KAWASAKI 550 LTD $1,000 13,000 miles. Call 294-1584 after 6 or 293-6377 during days. B.C. 1969, 19' Chateua Travel Trailer Self contained, single axle, swamp cooler, tape player, wired for TV. and microwave. Very good condition. Ph 565 0623. 1976 Fiat. Runs great. Gas Saver $600 564-7059 BUY GOVERNIVIENT Seized and Surplus Vehicles from $100. Fords, Chevys, Cor vettes, etc $50 REBATE! Call for facts today. (602) 842-1051 Ext R5263 81 Olds Delta 88—4 dr, PW/PB Exc. cond. 564-6583. 1975 Chevy Luv truck, new motor & clutch. Good condition $1,250 or tjest offer. 564-5931 Reinell 19 ft Ot^C outdrive 155 V6, 672 hrs. 4 wheel trailer. Very clean. $5,000. Ph 565-0906 1978 Camaro. AC, Tilt wheel, $750 50 Constitution. Hdn. 565-2248. RX2 f^azda. 1972, Good condition $800 or tjest 564-7109 AJSED AUTO PARTS.. 299-7278. UtwtktiM calliag on cor Nw Satoiflto OQBpaUr aU • tataa aad fltoada. BIO JOHN & SONS, FootbMlDr.BC. 197ft Ptymouth Fury w/air, apare carb bomputer, good shape, $700 Ph 564-3159 77rimbertine, 22V2 ft Sleeps 8, like new. Fully selfcontained Asking $5,000. Ph 564-7885 84 CHEVY SILVERADO step-side. P/W, locks. Auto, mags, cruise, new paint job. 42.000 miles $8,500 Call 293-1 811. BC 1986-^Honda Interceptor. 7,000 miles, must sell $1.500^565-8200. 198Q Buick Riviera. 6 cyl. turbo, loaded. $7,500 Ph 565 -8008 Graduation special-1966 Celica GTS. Exc condition Low miles. Fully loaded Senous inquines only, Ph 3610353 eves after 6:30 raiofissioN CONTROL CHECK STATION. 298-7278. Big Jaha and Sooa, FootUU Or. BC. • NQINE TUNI UPS BeuMtr CNy TtxMo 867 Hw. Hwy. 2t4.1t71 1987 Plymouth Rdlant S7,0OO or BMt 564-3540 3.00O mllM Boat for sale: Fibre form. 18Vz\ Tri hull, 165 HP Inboard/outtxjard Ideal for fishing $5000 Ph 564-6263 NlilED 81 Motor Home "Braugham". 22 ft. Good condition^ low mileage. $13,500 Ph 564-6583 or 384-8676 GREAT TRANSPORTATION, 1978 (VIAZDAGLC. 5 speed, 4 cyl. new battery, tires, front brakes, shocks. Good cond and good mileage Asking $1,000. Call 565-0752 after 5 pm FOR SALE 1984 FORD CUSTOM VAN $4500. Leave name and number on machine it no answer. 294-6201 BC A CART New in towD? Old in town? No CKditTSharttimeaatbe ? Only $100, 820a l,ar$400downlNeed an antcMnobile to get •round? Contact n. We ipprove oar own contracta. Instant delivery. We will pick you np & bring you to our car lot. Jaattal>:ione56i<09, NEVADA AUTO SALBS, 1813 N. Bldr. Hwy., Hendcnon, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. & Bldr. Hwv. LADIES: Add to family in-i come. Work at home as Supervisor for HOUSE OF LLOYD, Learn to hire & tram Demonstrators for NEW SUPER PARTY PLAN Weekly paychecks, and much more can be yours. No INVESTMENTS. Apply now. Dee 870 3793 GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,400$72,500 Now Hiring. Excellent t}enefits. Call 504 649-7922 Ext J-1311. Wanted truck driver for the St. Vincent Thntt Store. Must tiave current drivers license. Ph 564-5668. Needed: Someone to do ironlr)g. Green Valley area preferred Call 454-5496 eves or weekends Applications now being accepted for experienced egg & broiler cooks. Apply Rainbow Club, Hdn. Personnel office. CITY MANAGER CITY OF HENDERSOW, NEVADA (Pop 54,590) Seeks proven administrator to provide high performance in exciting, diverse, open, participative, and timedemanding setting. Broad local development of infrastructure Strong generalist with detail oriented management ability, superior communication skills, and sensitivity to human and environmental rapid growth issues. Prefer degree in business or pulDlic administration, plus successful experience as chief executive or assistant in full-, service government; strong record of accomplishments, business approach to puWic management. Appointed by five-member City Coy ncil. elected on nonpartisan basis with overlapping terms. Responsibilities include directiof) of wide range of governmental services $57 million budget, 359 full-tim3/76 part-time employees Salary $55,000 $75,000 • • benefits. Full resume by June 6, 1988, to Janice Wiese, Director of Personnel. 243 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada 89015, (702) 565-2070, Include a narrative on managing people toward completion of projects, AN AFFIRMATIVE AC TION/EQUAL OPPORTUNI TY EMPLOYER COOK NEEDED 30 hrs per week. Boulder City Care Center 293-5151 EC)E MFV HV B.C. Medical assistant, LPN, needed for busy doctors office in Boulder City. Experience required. Contact Lynn, 293-0406 MAID NEEDED Apply Flamingo Inn Motel, 804 Nev. Hwy. B.C. HIRING Government )obsyour area. $15.000-$68,000. Call (602) 838-8885. Ext. B2075. Manicurist wanted immediately. Full time position Call Hairitage Styling Parlor. ask for Carol 565-7503 or 565-3480. L eave message. DAY CARE AIDES NEEDED. Full/part-time. Exp, pref not req. Call 294-0737 ask for Sheila. B.C. NURSES AIDES for long term care. Experience preferred but will train. Boulder City Care Center 293-5151 EOE MF HV MAID Mature Star View Motel 1017 Nev Hwy. BC Apply in person. EXPERIENCED PART TIME physical therapy aide wanted for established Boulder City medical office. Please send resumes to 557 Calif, Box 9, B C, Nev. 89005 RECREATION COORDINATOR Salary: $21,189,57 25,751.58 (Subject to PERS reduction; wages to be increased effective 7-1-88) Requirements: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in recreation or rejated tield, and one (1) year of experience as Recreation Leader, or graduation from high school and five (5) years of full-time experience in the field of recreation services Special Requirements: Possession of. or the ability to obtain and maintain, a class 2 nevada driver's Icense, and satisfactory dnving record. Must possess current American Red Cross Standard First Aid Certificate or equivalent Where to Apply: Application and resume should be sut)mitted to the Personnel Department, City Hall. 243 Water St.; Henderson, NV. 89015 and must be filed no later than Thursday. June 16. 1988. at 5:30 pm HOURS OF OPERATION: 7:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday AN AFFIRMATIVE AC. TION/EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 1980 280 ZX 5 sp w/air. Metallic brown. Sheepskins. Must see to appreciate. $4000 459 2833 BC 68 GMC, Model 1500. Small block 400. 3 sp Very good condition. $900. Ph 565-4038 28' 5th Wheel, has everything Self contained. Exc cond $4,500 FIRM. Ph 565-4038 26' TRAVEL TRAILER Fully self-contained. Hardly used. $4995 294-1438 BC 17'Seaflite. 140 HP Merc cruiser Removable top. 'Trailer, Cover $2000 Ph 564-5950 1978 Diamond Jutwlee addition T-Bird. Excellent Cond. AC, stereo and cassette, electric windows, doors, tire like new. etc. $2,500 or best offer Call after 5 pm. 564-7666 AVON EARN EXTRA MONEY YOUR WAY Jutf ui your bauty and ffaihidn — FOR SALE1986 Ford F260 Stretch cab with all the goodka included, only 3,557 miles, that's 3,557 orginal milea! XLT Lariat Trim, Two tone blue with ailver, speed control, tilt wheel, AM/FM stereo radio, A/C, Regatta Blue Captains Chairs, Electrical digital ck)ck, trailer towing/camper pack, power door and window locks, Trailer towing mirrors, PLUS self-contained LANCE 9Vi' camper, A/C, heater, queen bed. All in MINT CONDITION! $20,500. See at 916 Keys Drive, B.C. 293-2254, Bill or Katie. your sans* to •upplamant your Incomo. Sail whara you work, wliara you play or whara you llva. ^ Your customers are already your friends and co-workers > Receive invaluable sales training > • Every Avon product is unconditionally guaranteed Ta And out mora about thia axcMng naw way to aam extra money without a lot of extra work, caN Avon taday at 564-1521 Handarson-Oiaan Valay-aouldar City UM Vagas Waali -. B ea M ar Baach Sharon Avery, DIst. Mgr. GOLD STRIKE HOTEL AND CASINO is now taking applications for the following positions: 21 dealer, craps dealers, security ^uard." Keno writers. Apply in person Thurs Fri Sat after 4 PM cashier's cage. Arby's in HendersonCounter help, cashier. Must be over 18, out of school, available for any shift. Apply in person between 2 pm & 5 pm. No phone calls. Full time, part time, all shifts available. Excellent environment. Great benefits. Apply at Stop N Go in Boulder City, 293-4280. Hairdresser wanted for busy salon Call 56S-0158. ••••••••• Production Assemblers Stock Clerk Mail Room ImiMdIata Opanings HENDERSON LOCATIONS long ami mlgnrwnH ivitMt. Miwl IM iM* to wofli d*y (nd twing thlft. Rallibtt trwiaportatlon and phofM w* iMcattary. NEVER A FEE ///EASTRIDGE 798-TEMP 4220 So Mwylind Pkwy., Stt. 20S ••••••••• WENDY'S NEEDS YOU Local franchise needs 10 dynamic people willing to work their way to the top. 2 plus years management exp 6 solid work history needed Call Laurie Bergeson. 642-9011 or stop by at 1614 E, Lake Mead, N. Las Vegas, Nev. 89030 ^ Part time maids Good pay for honest, dependable workers. Insta-Clean 2933316 BC. 'GOLD STRIKE INN & CASINO in now taking ap plications for KENO RUNNER. Apply in person GOLD STRIKE INN AND CASINO in Boulder City now accepting applications for CAGE CASHIER. Apply at cashier cage. BC Teacher wanted, full or part time openings available. Modern facility. Contact 565-0007 or 456-7008. Management trainee Busy vocational trade school needs sharp self starter to recruit student prospects through public survey. Salary plus commission. Bonus, overrides. Excellent earning potential. Call Mr. Rizzi, 565-3778. ENERGETIC GIRL WANTED part time in Housecleaning business. Good pay 293-1917 BC. • Drivers wanted: Must be 18 yrs of age w/dependaWe car & insurance Must show hustle & enthusiasm at all times. Wages, plus mileage & tips. Apply in person 532 S, Bldr Hwy. Dominos Pizza BLUE JEAN JOBS for padivf -ira. Good pay. nazibia honra. MiiatkaTatalaphoaa4 raUable traaaDortadpn. Call today/TtMSOS. nCLLYBKRVICBS S900 Paradia* Road staai EOE. M/F/. No Fee US Law reqalrea ap* pUeanta to ahow proof of identity and right to EXPERIENCED FOOD SERVERS needed. Muat have a tray experience, eqme knowledge of wiaea, evening aliut. Apply in poreon between 2 and Sjpm. at' Nlck'e Sapper Clnb HOUSECLEANING Our residential team cleaning service needs you!! Become fully trained in this rewarding trade as an Annie the Maid household technician, and BE PAID TO LEARNI! $4.50 hr to Stan. If you recently lost your |ob at State Stove. COME & •TALK TO US. For information call 739-8888 or come in to apply at 2565 Chandler #3. Park 2000 at Sunset & Eastern. We're close to Henderson EOE ROOM ATTENDANT. Motor Inn needs applicant in the housekeepng dept. for room attendant. Good Excellent fringe b>enefits. good working condition. Apply in person at Best Western Mardi Gras Inn. Mon through Fn. 9 am to 5 pm. No phone calls please. 3500 Paradise Rd.. Las Vegas, fjev. MAID SEKVKIIE aeeda people btareeted in advancament. Wrk with a crew. Grimebttaters Maid Service. 798-1002. Technician/VENDING MACHINE Service Technician. Full Time Expenenced. Large Expanding Company. Full Company Benefits Salary Commensurate With Experience. LAS VEGAS (702) 736-9404 MAIDS Trainees accepted Apply mornings. Best Western Lighthouse Inn, 110 Ville Dr. Boulder City. Nv. FULL TIME DENTAL ASSISTANT Experience required. Salary Negotiable. Call Debbie 293-0373 BC Wanted for Sat & Sun days, aide to care for wheek;hair bound man and assist w/mate. BIk Mtn area. Call 564-1713 between 9 & 4 for details Lake Mead Lodge has an opening for front desk clerk. Exp required. For interview call T. Adams at 293-2 074 Lake Mead Lodge has immediate opening for motel maid. Exp prefereed. Will train. For interview call T. Adams at 293-2074 >AF 5b HAS OPENINGS FOR THE FOLLOWING SHIFTS: Days, svinng, Praveyard, and part-time, lease bring resume,personally to 1025 NEV. HWY. .BO • COUNTER PERSON for Boulder Pit Stop. Apply at 1615 B oulder Hwy BC. DEMONSTRATORS Christmas around the World is now hinng. FREE $300 kit. Free supplies. Great pay for fun work! Call for details 565-4777 GET PAID for reading booksi $100 00 per title Write PASE-B1890. 161 S. Lincdnway. N. Aurora, IL 60542 COSMETOLOGIST NEEDED Booth rental 293-5398 or 293-4348 BC RECEPTIONIST Opening for a non-smoker w/a pleasant disposition to greet our lobby visitors. As a telephone operator, good telephone manners are essential Typ ing. 50 wpm required and calculator use helpful, as customer sales are invoiced. Call 293-3013 B.C.. RESUMES COM POSED, EDITED & TYPED, also... CONTRACTS. LET TER8 & WILLS... at Bee's Business Services, 527 Hotel Plaza (at the Village), B.C. 2935361. 8 a.in.-6 p.m. I Mon-Fri. WILLOW BEACH RESORT AND MARINA is looking for friendly people for immediate employment. Full time and part time positions available. (702) 293-3776 (602) 767-3311. *^ -TEACHER NEEDEDElementary Teacher, Substitute Teacher or Teacher with College Credits in Child Development. •Name Own Hours* Oaklane Pre-School Academy 1308 Wyoming St. BC 293-5188 RN'8. LPN'B, NA'B BOULDER CITY AND HENDERSON •EXCELLENT SALARIES • FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING •EXCELLENT BENEFITS •DAILY AND WEEKLY PAY OLSTEN HEALTH CARE SERVICES Call 878-1558 Maureen WE ARE DEDICATED TO PROFESSIONAL CARE GIVERS RESORT MARINA ^ LAKE MEAD RESORT has immediate openings lor ttie following full and part time positions Food Server, Bus Person. Retail Clerk. Cashier Set-up Person (small tjoats). Maid, Janitor, and Resort Maintenance^ Contact P. Chandler or E. Tomba 293-3484 Concet^maife ol National Partc Sen^ Fne Dli 41 Miy 111988 e)AU H ]4j2i, 1088 CKy. 1986, 25' self contained Komfort trailer, Used 4 wks New awning & AC, Asking equity & you takeover pymts. 565-9318 Faetory DIract 18'(130 10) $8.5 IS* (140 10) 18.960 30'(170 10) $12,960 21' OiO K $1SJB60 EMPLOYMENT Medical front c^fce assistant, exp required. Full time permanent position. Ph 564-7712, ask for Tom. Wizard's Ice Cream Magic is now accepting applications (or employment. 3375 Russell Rd, (Von'sShopping Center) Help wanted Part time driver, for Pckart's Auto Parts 35-A E. Basic Rd., apply between 8 & 4 .Phone aalea tnineea. Earn OP to $5 to $10 pw hr. mil* you learn. Exciting opportunity in the telemariteting field. Snper working oontfr tions. Part time, %orkI ing 6 daya per week. SeUiag aabscriptiona to the Laa Vegaa Son. _Can 734-3130 Mon throogh Fri. 1 pm to 4 JML ^^ ^ CASHIER PART TIME HELP NEEDED 30 hours per week Phone 564-3844 or 379-8504 WANTED-MATURE LOV•ING PERSON to watch nursery. Part time position only. Call 294-1957 ask for Becky for appt. Or 293-1912 BC fTOONALS Li fOURimpossibte dream' CO t )e true< Lose up to 35 lbs a Tionth. Experienced .we'jhf-toss program FDA aci;3pted Doctor Recomm€ ided Call Lisa 1-7 ^636-9312 Efimilmion Control Smog TMt, 7 days wk Mechanics on duty 7daywk VERN'S HENDERSON TEXACO 3 E. Lafea Maad (al Walar) 565-0220 — BABYSITTER — Middle-aged or retired lady to babysit 2 children 5 days a week. Salary negotiable. Starting the middle of June. Must have transportation. Please call 564-1973 Gaming is growing at a record pace. -^^ ...so is the demand forskflledElectronic^ Gaming Tschnidans. The growing casino industry is presenting great career opportunities tor qualified people. Call Today 873*2345 -^w Nevada Gaming Schools can train you and help place you in the electronic gaming industry in as little as 13 weeks. Financial aid is avajjdble and classes start every weeb. Nevada (bniig Schools 16 years experience in training and /ob placement 3100 Sinus Awnue Las Vegas. Nevada 89102 VrmtiwJ by tttt at laden) iKimcjl SOnob Tv; UMJ 24. 1968 **.*&L llattd rf ft Ma— Nawi, Haa^ortM. Navaia Paga I ^ 0 GARAGE SALES Movinp Sale: Furniture & Ac\ cessonesfrom 3 bdrm home. Call 564-9410 from rxxjn to [ 9 pm YARD SALE: May 27 & 28. 8 til 12 Strolee car seat, Bell motorcycle tielmet, picnic table & benches. Twin mattress, brick tree ring & edging. Wilton cake pans, many free items. 743 Willow Ave. YARD SALE: Wed 25th, ^Thurs 26th. Washer, chest, two kerosene heaters, electric wall heater, school desk. Lots of misc. 1844 Merze, (Off Bldr & Merlayne) For saia: Mala AKC Cockar SpanM. 3 moe old. Ph, ste<30, Fraa to good home: 4 mo oW' CockarTSpringer Spanial' w/doghous6. Cuta, vary : fhendly. 466-9033. • Please mail all cash or chack donations to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption, P 0. Box\ 'C, Henderson, Nv 89015. i Big dog lovers, Dobtes, Shepherds, Afgtians, Chow Chow, Labs and many more. 361-2464 • hor adoption Dobids, Airedale, Boxer, Lots of pups Most mixed breed dog s, S6 ea. Pti 361MISCELLANE0U8 (FlaMnf Wanna) CaNRUMIIT 56S-011t LOST & FOUND LOST: Rottweiller. Needs medication. Call 565-9930 LOST Motorola walkie-talkie. Near B.C. golf course. Wed. May 18, Call 648-5996. BC. REWARD: Lost or stolen: Mobile telephone from Backhoe on Chestnut St. Walkie-Talkie type. Ph 56 5-0216. FOUND: Key ring w/3 keys. Owner must identify. Ph 565-4777. LOST CAT: Female, 7 mos (Katie) 221 Ash St. 565-7892, PLEASE. PETS/ANIMALS -zw Donate unwanted Cyclone fencing. Gate, pipe, any amount or size Betty Honh's Animal Adoption. 1988 Tax deductible. 361-2484. Wanted: Large parrott, Macaw, etc. Must be reasonable or can be donated to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption. 1988 Tax deductible for today's fair narket value. For complete nfo, Ph 361 2484. Bett Honn's Animal adoption accepting unwanted pets of all kinds. By app't only, homes aro found. 361 -2464. FRB IL)i'i''rlEN8 AfUl PUPPU8 NUD. GOOD HOMB. Calk 29M678 a^ytjawi The Cat's, Meow—Give a home to a treautif ul cat or kittens. Ov^ 75 to choose from. Long & short hair, multitude of colors. 3 61 -2484^ TOUR'PGORCAT I SPAYED OR NEUTERED FOR A ORAcloug DISCOUNT? Desperately needed—Older y* or 1 ton pickup or flat bed truck, util trailer, horse trailer. Must be reasonable. Or can tDe donated .to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption. 1988. Charitable/Tax Deduction. 361-24841 Tax time/-Put unwanted Items • to work, helping animals./Tax write off for 1987. Betty Honn's Animal Adoplicyn is in desparate need /of vehicles, horse trailer;5, fencing .& bidg mate^als ol all kinds.: 361-2484 Sear Keranore washer, extra Ig capacity, $150. Saars dryer, $100. Both exc condition. 564-6618 For sale: Complete Ranch Style living rm set. 1 couch, 2 chairs, 3 tables. 2 lamps. All for $300. All cushkxw recently reupholstered. 564-1332 ^ COLLECTION ot "My Little Pony" toys. Castle, stable, ponies and babies. All or part. 565^)216 For sale: Camper cebox, $15. Refrigerator, $40 and AC, $75 Ph 451-3912 after 3:30 pm. Electnc dryer. 220 V, $100. Ph 564-9459 1982 Sun Chief solar system. Pd $7000. Sacrifice ilOOO. A lot of misc items. Ph 565-3125 anytime 5 pc living room set, cream color velour, 2 couches, 2 swivel chairs, and coffee table. $450. Ph after noon, 564-1841 or leave message .1-^4 71 PETS 'NJ ME Lorreine'M Per Sitting Servic0. Loving care while you 'r mway. I 'H care tor your pets in their lemliar home wurrourxSinga while you vacation or work. Bonded. Call Lorraine Mciean 293-3431 Locally supportad. m CollectorBuys dd mag's (pre'60): signed documents autographs first issues! Special interest in Hollywood, scientists & gov't. Also, old U.S. coins. Gall tjetween 10 & 6 PM. daily. 565-0161. SPAY OR NaJTB? YOUR PET FOR HALF PRICE SHOTS 25% OFF / CALL VALLEY SAVE A PET 384-6049 (Ruby) ^ or 642^8543 Our Ad Rates Are REASONABLE Call For Datalla 293-2302 or 564-1881 New apiSetite control patch for guaranteed weight loss. Call Kns, 564-0797. For sale: Magnum Electric Trolling motor. Foot operated. $80 564-7630 MAHE LADIES WESTERN SADDLE $500. 293-1682. BO RV Roof Air Duo-Therm. 11.000 BTU. All hardware. Works great. $100. Leonard, 564-3344 • ^_ I Hutch and stereo. Both walnut, exc condition. Nice furniture. $100ea. 564-7217. Free: Qt Canning Jars. Miracle Whip large mouth. Needs lids and Plastic Freezer Containers. 564-1648. Garage door, single, steel. $225, or best offer. 8708261. Two 9' model rollup garage doors w/all hardware. Not blasted! 565-0623. after 6. Complete Satellite systems for sale,'/? priced. 565-9318. Completer service 12, 22K Gold, Knowles dishes. 60 yrs old. $395. Antique buffet, exc. condition. $700. Ph 564-6583. For sale: Bunk bed set w/mattresses. Truck roll-bar. 565-0646. W^ SUN REALTY ^ "THE [REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS" 1911 Ntvada Hwy., Boulder CKy, Nevada 8900S. ^ 24 HOURS (702) 293-2151 APPETITE CONTROL PATCH New breakthrough safe sffaotiva. 100^ money back guarantee. $33.00 month supply, $43.00 dMrlbutor kit, multilevel opportunity ACU-PATCH, Box 396, Pocahontas, Arkansas, 724SS Applcalkjns being accepted for Church Nursery Atten' dant. $5.00 per hr Over 21 8AM-12PM Sundays. Also need someone 6-8 PM Sunday nights Phone 293-7773 or come in weekdays to 'Christian Center. 571 Adams Blvd BC. We could use teen helpers also, $3.35 per hr. TbeBtdoatU-AleJ Vsra Jalee. IdO^ WEIGHT LOSS THE EAsT WAY. ^8e'yourself again) Money back guarantee 564-1648 'Washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators Guaranteed. A-1 Appliances, 564-9000 ,520 W Sunset, Hdn. ARE YOU LIVING WTTH A DRINKING PROBLEM? If 80. why not try AlAnon? Meeting arcTuas,, 10 am at St. Timothy's' Episcopal Church. Tues. 8:30 pm Club < Sl.Wed.,8pm,Roaade' Lima Hospital. Fhday pm 7:30. Water & Power BIdg. Nevada Highway, Boulder City. For more informatkyi cail 565-9963. Hdn. WASHER/DRYER good cond. 30 day warranty $125 ea. 293-44 47. BC DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD BICYCLES. Ill give you $5 to $10 depending on conditioh Ph 564-5189 anytime. AIR CONDITIONER 4 Ton w/10 KW heat strips. ExC cond. $200 293-4757 BC HIGHEST CASH FOR GOLD, JEWELRY. GOLD TEETH. RINGS. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, SILVER, PLATINUM. CALL OR STOP IN TODAY. ANTHONY'S COINS & GIFTS, 525 HOTEL PLAZA, 293-1847 BC "Take 5 At 12" on May 5. National Day Of Prayer, to uplitt Government leaders and Thank God for past and future blessings on America • < • • SMMk MAY SPECIALS wvai wyi on nania Dfmo nwna mClAL QROUP Odds and Ends values to $71.99,40% to 80% off SPECIAL QROUP Tops and Shorts. Valued to $40.99. Your choica $10.00 iPfiCIAL QROOP OraaMt-valuas to $150.99,20% to 60% off. BATMNQ turn om racl(-20% to 80% off ONE RACK panlfr-valuis to $15.99 now $6.50 Saiea efrMtlve thru May 31 Located in the FIrat Weatem Plaza 1000 Nevada Hwy. 293-1408 MaMereanf — FAICaiHIITIMI AmimuiB, IUKH. kr-2MlD^7~ NKt D^j AJr... BM'8 BaaioM* Sarriea, 527 Hotel Plasa, (at tha VUIAM), B.C. 8 •JII.-4 pjn. MonFW.29268. I yMltrade8-s*dainenpw >SO9-9066 WOMEN'S tTUDVMTIIIlOCNOMMATIOIIAL IMMISSION CONmOL Bouldar CNy Taxaco S67Nv. Hwy. 294-1971 Beautiful Bnnd N^w Stortm Cook Wood-bumlng Siov. Bnam Trim — Afiil S— To Appr9cMo. I CAN CUT IT! UiwtM mowed by RIek Call 293-2472 BC TllllirS CLOCK tlRVICE Repair, Sales. Service Buying Clocks in need of repair. 864-3^02 TOltUUNfi SERVICES Fully MrtifiMl iMchtr witliM.Ed.AllbMicrabJMt* tankht AU a^ 6 inda 1TU. Call 293-7655 5 pjB.-7 p.m. CAR CARE SERVICE Lube, CM. Fitter Mecrianic on duty. BouMar CHy Taxaco JM7 Mav. Hwy. a94-ia71 i CHRISTIAN CENTER DAY CAR^ (OmJDCAM Wa iCIIOO L -WMOPIttAHTEN • iKMI AN> AFTER SCHOOL CAM FOR aEMENTARV AOt-FRa TRANSFORTATKM. •lYEAKSintOUOHJTHGllADE l\ •OPENMAM-MfP.M. •STATBUCENSEO •BDGHSTAn'RATIO, AlTEACHEitS *. ;*arnl i>E0PLEO!(a&B0P CUKUCDLUM PtMnt 293-2360 .^ 571 AdMiw Blvd. HOME OF CHmSTMN CENTER SCHOOL tt£imMmm^^^l*^mm ill Bill mill ttMk n. ^ m\ liunuaf^anan mrsugn em graoai iNDEPiNDENT MOVERS • One Boon or Hoonfnl ^Piann or Any Haivy Load • Spadabang in Hcodmon and Boulder Gty Firm Eetiautm aad Rteaaaabk RaUa 293-7911 A-1 APPLIANCE SERVICE SALES SERVICE PARTS •Washers •Dryers •Refrigerators Reconditioned Quarantaed SHVICa CAUL ANO iSTIMATB 318.00 520 W. Sunaat Ph 564-9000 EXPERIENCED HANDYMAN •Plumbing •Roofing •Repeirs •Carpentry •Free Estimates Ceil Steve 293-3261 • Voc^. Piano or Organ Musk: available lor aM events High Standard muse For ir4ormation ph Coral Cove Music Studio Productions (Flo Raymond, Direclor-Smger) 505-6469. ; Vocal Coaching, small groups, adults Thursday evenings. Coral Cove Muse Studio P roductions 56^8469 Voice lessons: Specialist teacher. Flo Raymorid, is accepting pupils. AN ages. 9 & ;up. Sing for enjoyment, therapy, occupation, avocation. Beginners to Protessional trained Call Cove Music Studio productions. 565-6469 PIANO LESSONS: Teacher ot note, Flo Raymond All ages. 7 to 77 Plus. Learning piano introduces you to many keyboard instruments & music in general Openngs available. Ph 565-8469, Coral Cove Music Studio Productky s. IFM sale: Dowadraft eoolan. MS. 66M880 r ARTHRITIS-People treat yonraalf. No OMiaHaf r k. Coat k aaalL 5^4:1648. Hardworking family man does yard work, odd jOb & lawn service. Call Earl, 564-3495 RADIO WORLD 2 way Radio Sales & Service CB—Amateur—Commercial—Marine Now open in Marshall Plaza at 1656 Nev. Hwy. B.C. 294-2666 H & S LAWN CARE Completa lawn service, tree & ahrub cara, automatic sprinklers. Uc #4490-0 HeroM h Sharon OttdMr 294-6200 STORAGE FOR RENT All ail— Faacad RaaklaBt Maaagar NaarSoMtl Moantda VlaU 458-3990 CLOCK REPAIR •Antique & Ottner •Grandfather •Wall •Modern SaUalaetlon Quaraittaad Buy, Sail, Trade 294-1133 BC JEWELRY BOX Custom Jewelry, All Repairs, Free Watch Estiniates, Appraisals. 414 Nevada Hwy. 2944)677 B.C. ICKBLAIRREALT 833 NEVADA HWT^ BOULDER CITY •2171 ^; ttdtUid CAU. *.> Bob Blair, Broker 293-2049 Bieh MeyaikM 2S-lMe iPattyGnffty-SpMr .29M075 Pal Ryaa 29M406 fCrJstiM Aatooio 29011 km^aa Kadmaam 29M228 \ FOR SALE Bathroom sink of, cultered marble includes' l^oen fixtures. One single, two double, various sizes. 294-1438 BC VYOUR ONE-STOP REAL ESTATE COMI>ANY AFFORDABLE-3 BEDROOMS-BC: Won't last, several Lewia Homes priced to sell now, uppper 80's and low Wa. CALL NOWI FEWER & FEWER: Custom home building Iota in BC to choose from; if you plan to build in next 18 months call us TODAYI / PLANS CHANGED77?: Won't need that BC building lot after all?? do call us now for fair pricing and marlteting plans—NO BLUE SKY, only serious sellers need apply—call 293-2161 nowl ADULT CONDO-BC 2 bedroom-HOOO CASHI: No qualify—no second, only cashi Lovely boaas. Uke a model, heatlh forces sale. Call uaNOW. HENDERSON INVESTMENT: R< H acre, off Boulder Hwy and Sunset, only $70,000. B.C. CLASSIC Refurbiahed 34>edroom, hardwood floors, and more. Asking $77,600. See this today! WRITER'S STUDIO-JUST POR YOU. All the extras iadndiag privacy-f files storage and bookahehrea aU biillt4B. Oni^ 166,000. See todayl "ON THE RESERVATION" ExceUent 34>edroom, screened patio, GREAT ROOM, lota of RV parking + ovcrsiis doable garage. All for only $06,200.. Aaaonabls kiaa too. Call now. BOULDER CITY COMMERCIAL LOT: across from McDonalds & Kentucky Chicken. $175,000 cash for fast sale. "IN-LAW QUARTERS" akmg with lovely custom family home only $107,500? Call now fordetaik. UNDEB CONSTRUCTION: 1400 Pueblo, $177300, Gfaat/vimr, huary 2.400 sq ft on ^ acre. Saa plans, choose yoor peraonal itema today. CaD for oppaiatmeat to review plans, etc VKW OP LAKE MEAD: this hixnry ooDdo has all the amaoities (even an assoBuble 9.6% FHA loan.) A noot'Oee at $119,600 today. FOUR BEDROOMS IDEAL 2.160 sq. ft. FAMILY HOME 4 large bedrooms, 2 FULL BATHS, F.P. Covered patio, IN6B0UND SPA, Aato sprinklers $106,600.00. DELUXE CUSTOM HOME-3,700 -f Sq. Ft. 2V4 ba.. Car gar + 16'X22' fiaiahed starve area. SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD—many more extras $699,000.00 NEAT AS A PIN home in weU estobUahed Boighborliood. 2 car finiahed garage. PMI, huh '• • "'•^lU-g RV parking. $129,900. VERY NICE NEAT FAMILY HOME Prestigious area, pool w/solar cover, fireplace, block fence, 2 car garage. See it and buy today. $155,000. THREE BEDROOMS UPGRADED LEWIS HOME. Coatom F.P. SWIMG. POOL. 2 SPAS, CUSTOM KITCHEN 2 covered Patios $116,000.00 POPULAR LEWIS FLOOR PLANFam. Fm with large baeakfaat bar A FJ>. Saaraon with SPA, I hood ONLY iiajxaM. CUSTOM HOME-2 ha. Fam. rm, 2 < gar, fsMsad yard, tils roof $114,777. TWO BEDROOMS Totally upgraded atartcr boaie. New roof, central air and heat. Nice neighborhood. $72,500. FIXER UPPER-ia matare area. Briag took A OFFER TODAY $42,000. MOBILE HOMES EXCEPTIONAL BUY! Ia Gingerwood Adult park-12'X60' plus TIUV Add-ABoom 1 bedna. 1 bo. Ceatril AC/Haat Priced to Sell $18,500. MT. VISTA E8T. 2 bedrm. 1 ba. 1 c fiaiahed gar. lO'XlO' Deloxa S^. Ut^.. new carpet, wiadow coveting. Block wall auto spriaklera $68.5004W RENTALS COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 BetfcoL 2 ba. Coado. grooad floor. 2 ca r port s Avid Apr. fr-OMl of Oet ADULTS-NoB smokers only JUST BRING YOUR TOOTHBRUSH A CLOTHINGEVERYTHING ELSE IS HERE $40000. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED 2 bedrm. 1 ba. Vi duplex, carport, water paid ADULTS ONLY $550.00 AVAIL. NOW. CONDOMINIUMS: BOULDER SQU ARE-one bedraL, dow stairs. Cooveoient to parfciog, pool A cfaibhoaoe. A GREAT BUY AT$S2J0a00L CO MMEB CIAL-FOR SALE Local PIZZERIAAXTiae A Boar BarGREAT LOCATION CALL POR DETAILS $7B4MMt LAND "B" Hm-1 Jt acn CVSTOM SITE kt. OwMT wOliiw to trade f hsoM or land hrXoB Vigaa Area. $86,000. QUIET SECLUDED LOT IN SUB 11 Partial view of valley. ONLY 827.500. UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW-LAKE MEADI! SEE IT NOW-$12S.000. > tY OUR OFFICE ANO LOOK OVER THE MAIiYOTHEm kVE AVAILAI M ACaUB lot SoitaMo lar ywar • • pi ^^ SEE IT NOW 88AM8L e^lX NOWLIVi^gU^^^B^LDgOtMAI FREEH l-80fra5)10 Ext £41 SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIAL1

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• • PaiMillUndtrtoa HomNtwa. Htndertoii.Nevada Etl^St— TimdMj, Mn H n^V^'H ri r WANT ADS Bring Buyers and Sellers together =^ ;;i lines •ti lines IS lines 15 lines $4.00 wic .M.SOwlc $4.90 wk $5.35 wk ^ 7 lines $5.80 wic 8 lines $6.25 wi( 9 lines .$6.70 wk 10 lines $7.15 wk U^GAL NOTICE B;irORBTHB PUBLIC SEKVICE COMMISSION OF NBVADA tlOTICE OP TARIPP PILING A taw car Uriff flliag, idMUfioi M Docket No. 8M2I8, haa I wm nM with th PabUc Sar) ieo Comniiaaioa of Nevada I' CoouniaaioD") by Wkadm 1'racUng Corp. The tariff con I lata of revMons to Tow Cat Tariff No. S-A goveniag (he tnntf oriatfaw of diaabled. ah* iidoMd, tanponadad, daaiaceiloratnck Tehidea by tow tm awiar iJOOH ponda for CW^awjr B aad C towo hatwefapAMaaadplaeHwIlUa atv styCmmileradiaaof the uni 1 eorporated town of Paradia'i Nevada; aod between poiita aad placee within a twi I itjr (20i mile radina of the um I loorporated town of Paradif I, Nevada on the one hand ano but leas than SO.Oia S2.10 pf r mile on paved and mainta l> led gravel roada. Mileage in < rxceaa of 60.1 ia $1.66 per ra leoapavedandmaintaiBed gt I vel roada. For Category C toi rathe flat rate ia $61.80 (day rate) and $76.44 (night rate), m il cage in excess of 10 miles in '. 2.10 per mile. 1 he tariff is on file at theffi !) s of the Commission, 727 F d rvlew Drive, Carson City, N I /ada 89710 and the Alex ai • ier Dawaon Building, 4045 S> t tth Spencer, Las Vegaa, N e vada 8916M920. 1 ntereated and affected perai I la may comment in writing at he offices of the Commissi 0 a on or before Wednesday, JioeS. 1988. By the Commission, 'i 7 WILLIAM H. VANCE, Commission Secretary Di td: Carson City, Nevada ^l.y 13, 1988 (M':AU • May 24. 1988 BEFORE THE PUBLIC ; ERVICE COMMISSION < OF NEVADA NOTICE OF TARIFF FILING A tow car tariff filing, ident led as Dodiet No. 884169. 1 1 8 been filed with the Public SI rvice Commission of Nevad I ^Commission") by Brady's Tew Service, Inc. The tariff cii. isiats of revisions to Tow CI r Tariff No. 3-A governing tl <'transportation of disabled. at I indooed, impounded, dam. a, {id or stucli veliiciea by tow Sill' under 9,000 pounds for Cf tegery B and C tows betM ees points aad places within a : vcnty (2W mile radius of (}alN f v-Air, Nevada; and between p > mta and places within s, tl I enty (20) mile radius of CaiN ( v-Air, Nevada on the one hi, id and points and plai^ w I Itin a one liondred seventyfi I'e (175) milr rsdius on the 011 Mr for operations conducted ni I ier CPC A4332, Sub 1. The re I ised tariff waa filed and is ia effect pursuant to NRS 7(.,321. I or Category B tows the fii i ao c a may coaunent in writing at i he olfieea of the CommiasitI oa or bafore Wedaaaday, JBI8. 198& BytheCaamiaaiaa, /• WILLIAM H. VANCE, • 1974 Ford Van 4-100. Fair condition. Evenings and or/afternoon. 564-3599 BUYGOVERNMbN^ seizea vehicles from $100. Fords, Chevys, Corvettes, etc. For intocall(602)842-1051,ext. 3114. RADIATOR-SALES AND REPAIR 293-7278 Big John & Sons FoothiS Dr BC. up to 3 lines (23 charaders per line) 45$ each additional line FOR WANT AI#V a a a 4 rWM TUESa FOR THURSa ISSUE viHiais COMPLETI • RAKKJOe Mwhanie oh dtity. Bouktv Cny Texaco 607 2M-1071 1984 KAWASAKI 550 LTD $1,000 13,000 miles. Call 294-1584 after 6 or 293-6377 during days. B.C. 1969, 19' Chateua Travel Trailer Self contained, single axle, swamp cooler, tape player, wired for TV. and microwave. Very good condition. Ph 565 0623. 1976 Fiat. Runs great. Gas Saver $600 564-7059 BUY GOVERNIVIENT Seized and Surplus Vehicles from $100. Fords, Chevys, Cor vettes, etc $50 REBATE! Call for facts today. (602) 842-1051 Ext R5263 81 Olds Delta 88—4 dr, PW/PB Exc. cond. 564-6583. 1975 Chevy Luv truck, new motor & clutch. Good condition $1,250 or tjest offer. 564-5931 Reinell 19 ft Ot^C outdrive 155 V6, 672 hrs. 4 wheel trailer. Very clean. $5,000. Ph 565-0906 1978 Camaro. AC, Tilt wheel, $750 50 Constitution. Hdn. 565-2248. RX2 f^azda. 1972, Good condition $800 or tjest 564-7109 AJSED AUTO PARTS.. 299-7278. UtwtktiM calliag on cor Nw Satoiflto OQBpaUr aU • tataa aad fltoada. BIO JOHN & SONS, FootbMlDr.BC. 197ft Ptymouth Fury w/air, apare carb bomputer, good shape, $700 Ph 564-3159 77rimbertine, 22V2 ft Sleeps 8, like new. Fully selfcontained Asking $5,000. Ph 564-7885 84 CHEVY SILVERADO step-side. P/W, locks. Auto, mags, cruise, new paint job. 42.000 miles $8,500 Call 293-1 811. BC 1986-^Honda Interceptor. 7,000 miles, must sell $1.500^565-8200. 198Q Buick Riviera. 6 cyl. turbo, loaded. $7,500 Ph 565 -8008 Graduation special-1966 Celica GTS. Exc condition Low miles. Fully loaded Senous inquines only, Ph 3610353 eves after 6:30 raiofissioN CONTROL CHECK STATION. 298-7278. Big Jaha and Sooa, FootUU Or. BC. • NQINE TUNI UPS BeuMtr CNy TtxMo 867 Hw. Hwy. 2t4.1t71 1987 Plymouth Rdlant S7,0OO or BMt 564-3540 3.00O mllM Boat for sale: Fibre form. 18Vz\ Tri hull, 165 HP Inboard/outtxjard Ideal for fishing $5000 Ph 564-6263 NlilED 81 Motor Home "Braugham". 22 ft. Good condition^ low mileage. $13,500 Ph 564-6583 or 384-8676 GREAT TRANSPORTATION, 1978 (VIAZDAGLC. 5 speed, 4 cyl. new battery, tires, front brakes, shocks. Good cond and good mileage Asking $1,000. Call 565-0752 after 5 pm FOR SALE 1984 FORD CUSTOM VAN $4500. Leave name and number on machine it no answer. 294-6201 BC A CART New in towD? Old in town? No CKditTSharttimeaatbe ? Only $100, 820a l,ar$400downlNeed an antcMnobile to get •round? Contact n. We ipprove oar own contracta. Instant delivery. We will pick you np & bring you to our car lot. Jaattal>:ione56i<09, NEVADA AUTO SALBS, 1813 N. Bldr. Hwy., Hendcnon, Nev. One block south of Sunset Blvd. & Bldr. Hwv. LADIES: Add to family in-i come. Work at home as Supervisor for HOUSE OF LLOYD, Learn to hire & tram Demonstrators for NEW SUPER PARTY PLAN Weekly paychecks, and much more can be yours. No INVESTMENTS. Apply now. Dee 870 3793 GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,400$72,500 Now Hiring. Excellent t}enefits. Call 504 649-7922 Ext J-1311. Wanted truck driver for the St. Vincent Thntt Store. Must tiave current drivers license. Ph 564-5668. Needed: Someone to do ironlr)g. Green Valley area preferred Call 454-5496 eves or weekends Applications now being accepted for experienced egg & broiler cooks. Apply Rainbow Club, Hdn. Personnel office. CITY MANAGER CITY OF HENDERSOW, NEVADA (Pop 54,590) Seeks proven administrator to provide high performance in exciting, diverse, open, participative, and timedemanding setting. Broad local development of infrastructure Strong generalist with detail oriented management ability, superior communication skills, and sensitivity to human and environmental rapid growth issues. Prefer degree in business or pulDlic administration, plus successful experience as chief executive or assistant in full-, service government; strong record of accomplishments, business approach to puWic management. Appointed by five-member City Coy ncil. elected on nonpartisan basis with overlapping terms. Responsibilities include directiof) of wide range of governmental services $57 million budget, 359 full-tim3/76 part-time employees Salary $55,000 $75,000 • • benefits. Full resume by June 6, 1988, to Janice Wiese, Director of Personnel. 243 Water Street. Henderson. Nevada 89015, (702) 565-2070, Include a narrative on managing people toward completion of projects, AN AFFIRMATIVE AC TION/EQUAL OPPORTUNI TY EMPLOYER COOK NEEDED 30 hrs per week. Boulder City Care Center 293-5151 EC)E MFV HV B.C. Medical assistant, LPN, needed for busy doctors office in Boulder City. Experience required. Contact Lynn, 293-0406 MAID NEEDED Apply Flamingo Inn Motel, 804 Nev. Hwy. B.C. HIRING Government )obsyour area. $15.000-$68,000. Call (602) 838-8885. Ext. B2075. Manicurist wanted immediately. Full time position Call Hairitage Styling Parlor. ask for Carol 565-7503 or 565-3480. L eave message. DAY CARE AIDES NEEDED. Full/part-time. Exp, pref not req. Call 294-0737 ask for Sheila. B.C. NURSES AIDES for long term care. Experience preferred but will train. Boulder City Care Center 293-5151 EOE MF HV MAID Mature Star View Motel 1017 Nev Hwy. BC Apply in person. EXPERIENCED PART TIME physical therapy aide wanted for established Boulder City medical office. Please send resumes to 557 Calif, Box 9, B C, Nev. 89005 RECREATION COORDINATOR Salary: $21,189,57 25,751.58 (Subject to PERS reduction; wages to be increased effective 7-1-88) Requirements: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in recreation or rejated tield, and one (1) year of experience as Recreation Leader, or graduation from high school and five (5) years of full-time experience in the field of recreation services Special Requirements: Possession of. or the ability to obtain and maintain, a class 2 nevada driver's Icense, and satisfactory dnving record. Must possess current American Red Cross Standard First Aid Certificate or equivalent Where to Apply: Application and resume should be sut)mitted to the Personnel Department, City Hall. 243 Water St.; Henderson, NV. 89015 and must be filed no later than Thursday. June 16. 1988. at 5:30 pm HOURS OF OPERATION: 7:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday AN AFFIRMATIVE AC. TION/EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 1980 280 ZX 5 sp w/air. Metallic brown. Sheepskins. Must see to appreciate. $4000 459 2833 BC 68 GMC, Model 1500. Small block 400. 3 sp Very good condition. $900. Ph 565-4038 28' 5th Wheel, has everything Self contained. Exc cond $4,500 FIRM. Ph 565-4038 26' TRAVEL TRAILER Fully self-contained. Hardly used. $4995 294-1438 BC 17'Seaflite. 140 HP Merc cruiser Removable top. 'Trailer, Cover $2000 Ph 564-5950 1978 Diamond Jutwlee addition T-Bird. Excellent Cond. AC, stereo and cassette, electric windows, doors, tire like new. etc. $2,500 or best offer Call after 5 pm. 564-7666 AVON EARN EXTRA MONEY YOUR WAY Jutf ui your bauty and ffaihidn — FOR SALE1986 Ford F260 Stretch cab with all the goodka included, only 3,557 miles, that's 3,557 orginal milea! XLT Lariat Trim, Two tone blue with ailver, speed control, tilt wheel, AM/FM stereo radio, A/C, Regatta Blue Captains Chairs, Electrical digital ck)ck, trailer towing/camper pack, power door and window locks, Trailer towing mirrors, PLUS self-contained LANCE 9Vi' camper, A/C, heater, queen bed. All in MINT CONDITION! $20,500. See at 916 Keys Drive, B.C. 293-2254, Bill or Katie. your sans* to •upplamant your Incomo. Sail whara you work, wliara you play or whara you llva. ^ Your customers are already your friends and co-workers > Receive invaluable sales training > • Every Avon product is unconditionally guaranteed Ta And out mora about thia axcMng naw way to aam extra money without a lot of extra work, caN Avon taday at 564-1521 Handarson-Oiaan Valay-aouldar City UM Vagas Waali -. B ea M ar Baach Sharon Avery, DIst. Mgr. GOLD STRIKE HOTEL AND CASINO is now taking applications for the following positions: 21 dealer, craps dealers, security ^uard." Keno writers. Apply in person Thurs Fri Sat after 4 PM cashier's cage. Arby's in HendersonCounter help, cashier. Must be over 18, out of school, available for any shift. Apply in person between 2 pm & 5 pm. No phone calls. Full time, part time, all shifts available. Excellent environment. Great benefits. Apply at Stop N Go in Boulder City, 293-4280. Hairdresser wanted for busy salon Call 56S-0158. ••••••••• Production Assemblers Stock Clerk Mail Room ImiMdIata Opanings HENDERSON LOCATIONS long ami mlgnrwnH ivitMt. Miwl IM iM* to wofli d*y (nd twing thlft. Rallibtt trwiaportatlon and phofM w* iMcattary. NEVER A FEE ///EASTRIDGE 798-TEMP 4220 So Mwylind Pkwy., Stt. 20S ••••••••• WENDY'S NEEDS YOU Local franchise needs 10 dynamic people willing to work their way to the top. 2 plus years management exp 6 solid work history needed Call Laurie Bergeson. 642-9011 or stop by at 1614 E, Lake Mead, N. Las Vegas, Nev. 89030 ^ Part time maids Good pay for honest, dependable workers. Insta-Clean 2933316 BC. 'GOLD STRIKE INN & CASINO in now taking ap plications for KENO RUNNER. Apply in person GOLD STRIKE INN AND CASINO in Boulder City now accepting applications for CAGE CASHIER. Apply at cashier cage. BC Teacher wanted, full or part time openings available. Modern facility. Contact 565-0007 or 456-7008. Management trainee Busy vocational trade school needs sharp self starter to recruit student prospects through public survey. Salary plus commission. Bonus, overrides. Excellent earning potential. Call Mr. Rizzi, 565-3778. ENERGETIC GIRL WANTED part time in Housecleaning business. Good pay 293-1917 BC. • Drivers wanted: Must be 18 yrs of age w/dependaWe car & insurance Must show hustle & enthusiasm at all times. Wages, plus mileage & tips. Apply in person 532 S, Bldr Hwy. Dominos Pizza BLUE JEAN JOBS for padivf -ira. Good pay. nazibia honra. MiiatkaTatalaphoaa4 raUable traaaDortadpn. Call today/TtMSOS. nCLLYBKRVICBS S900 Paradia* Road staai EOE. M/F/. No Fee US Law reqalrea ap* pUeanta to ahow proof of identity and right to EXPERIENCED FOOD SERVERS needed. Muat have a tray experience, eqme knowledge of wiaea, evening aliut. Apply in poreon between 2 and Sjpm. at' Nlck'e Sapper Clnb HOUSECLEANING Our residential team cleaning service needs you!! Become fully trained in this rewarding trade as an Annie the Maid household technician, and BE PAID TO LEARNI! $4.50 hr to Stan. If you recently lost your |ob at State Stove. COME & •TALK TO US. For information call 739-8888 or come in to apply at 2565 Chandler #3. Park 2000 at Sunset & Eastern. We're close to Henderson EOE ROOM ATTENDANT. Motor Inn needs applicant in the housekeepng dept. for room attendant. Good Excellent fringe b>enefits. good working condition. Apply in person at Best Western Mardi Gras Inn. Mon through Fn. 9 am to 5 pm. No phone calls please. 3500 Paradise Rd.. Las Vegas, fjev. MAID SEKVKIIE aeeda people btareeted in advancament. Wrk with a crew. Grimebttaters Maid Service. 798-1002. Technician/VENDING MACHINE Service Technician. Full Time Expenenced. Large Expanding Company. Full Company Benefits Salary Commensurate With Experience. LAS VEGAS (702) 736-9404 MAIDS Trainees accepted Apply mornings. Best Western Lighthouse Inn, 110 Ville Dr. Boulder City. Nv. FULL TIME DENTAL ASSISTANT Experience required. Salary Negotiable. Call Debbie 293-0373 BC Wanted for Sat & Sun days, aide to care for wheek;hair bound man and assist w/mate. BIk Mtn area. Call 564-1713 between 9 & 4 for details Lake Mead Lodge has an opening for front desk clerk. Exp required. For interview call T. Adams at 293-2 074 Lake Mead Lodge has immediate opening for motel maid. Exp prefereed. Will train. For interview call T. Adams at 293-2074 >AF 5b HAS OPENINGS FOR THE FOLLOWING SHIFTS: Days, svinng, Praveyard, and part-time, lease bring resume,personally to 1025 NEV. HWY. .BO • COUNTER PERSON for Boulder Pit Stop. Apply at 1615 B oulder Hwy BC. DEMONSTRATORS Christmas around the World is now hinng. FREE $300 kit. Free supplies. Great pay for fun work! Call for details 565-4777 GET PAID for reading booksi $100 00 per title Write PASE-B1890. 161 S. Lincdnway. N. Aurora, IL 60542 COSMETOLOGIST NEEDED Booth rental 293-5398 or 293-4348 BC RECEPTIONIST Opening for a non-smoker w/a pleasant disposition to greet our lobby visitors. As a telephone operator, good telephone manners are essential Typ ing. 50 wpm required and calculator use helpful, as customer sales are invoiced. Call 293-3013 B.C.. RESUMES COM POSED, EDITED & TYPED, also... CONTRACTS. LET TER8 & WILLS... at Bee's Business Services, 527 Hotel Plaza (at the Village), B.C. 2935361. 8 a.in.-6 p.m. I Mon-Fri. WILLOW BEACH RESORT AND MARINA is looking for friendly people for immediate employment. Full time and part time positions available. (702) 293-3776 (602) 767-3311. *^ -TEACHER NEEDEDElementary Teacher, Substitute Teacher or Teacher with College Credits in Child Development. •Name Own Hours* Oaklane Pre-School Academy 1308 Wyoming St. BC 293-5188 RN'8. LPN'B, NA'B BOULDER CITY AND HENDERSON •EXCELLENT SALARIES • FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING •EXCELLENT BENEFITS •DAILY AND WEEKLY PAY OLSTEN HEALTH CARE SERVICES Call 878-1558 Maureen WE ARE DEDICATED TO PROFESSIONAL CARE GIVERS RESORT MARINA ^ LAKE MEAD RESORT has immediate openings lor ttie following full and part time positions Food Server, Bus Person. Retail Clerk. Cashier Set-up Person (small tjoats). Maid, Janitor, and Resort Maintenance^ Contact P. Chandler or E. Tomba 293-3484 Concet^maife ol National Partc Sen^ Fne Dli 41 Miy 111988 e)AU H ]4j2i, 1088 CKy. 1986, 25' self contained Komfort trailer, Used 4 wks New awning & AC, Asking equity & you takeover pymts. 565-9318 Faetory DIract 18'(130 10) $8.5 IS* (140 10) 18.960 30'(170 10) $12,960 21' OiO K $1SJB60 EMPLOYMENT Medical front c^fce assistant, exp required. Full time permanent position. Ph 564-7712, ask for Tom. Wizard's Ice Cream Magic is now accepting applications (or employment. 3375 Russell Rd, (Von'sShopping Center) Help wanted Part time driver, for Pckart's Auto Parts 35-A E. Basic Rd., apply between 8 & 4 .Phone aalea tnineea. Earn OP to $5 to $10 pw hr. mil* you learn. Exciting opportunity in the telemariteting field. Snper working oontfr tions. Part time, %orkI ing 6 daya per week. SeUiag aabscriptiona to the Laa Vegaa Son. _Can 734-3130 Mon throogh Fri. 1 pm to 4 JML ^^ ^ CASHIER PART TIME HELP NEEDED 30 hours per week Phone 564-3844 or 379-8504 WANTED-MATURE LOV•ING PERSON to watch nursery. Part time position only. Call 294-1957 ask for Becky for appt. Or 293-1912 BC fTOONALS Li fOURimpossibte dream' CO t )e true< Lose up to 35 lbs a Tionth. Experienced .we'jhf-toss program FDA aci;3pted Doctor Recomm€ ided Call Lisa 1-7 ^636-9312 Efimilmion Control Smog TMt, 7 days wk Mechanics on duty 7daywk VERN'S HENDERSON TEXACO 3 E. Lafea Maad (al Walar) 565-0220 — BABYSITTER — Middle-aged or retired lady to babysit 2 children 5 days a week. Salary negotiable. Starting the middle of June. Must have transportation. Please call 564-1973 Gaming is growing at a record pace. -^^ ...so is the demand forskflledElectronic^ Gaming Tschnidans. The growing casino industry is presenting great career opportunities tor qualified people. Call Today 873*2345 -^w Nevada Gaming Schools can train you and help place you in the electronic gaming industry in as little as 13 weeks. Financial aid is avajjdble and classes start every weeb. Nevada (bniig Schools 16 years experience in training and /ob placement 3100 Sinus Awnue Las Vegas. Nevada 89102 VrmtiwJ by tttt at laden) iKimcjl SOnob Tv; UMJ 24. 1968 **.*&L llattd rf ft Ma— Nawi, Haa^ortM. Navaia Paga I ^ 0 GARAGE SALES Movinp Sale: Furniture & Ac\ cessonesfrom 3 bdrm home. Call 564-9410 from rxxjn to [ 9 pm YARD SALE: May 27 & 28. 8 til 12 Strolee car seat, Bell motorcycle tielmet, picnic table & benches. Twin mattress, brick tree ring & edging. Wilton cake pans, many free items. 743 Willow Ave. YARD SALE: Wed 25th, ^Thurs 26th. Washer, chest, two kerosene heaters, electric wall heater, school desk. Lots of misc. 1844 Merze, (Off Bldr & Merlayne) For saia: Mala AKC Cockar SpanM. 3 moe old. Ph, ste<30, Fraa to good home: 4 mo oW' CockarTSpringer Spanial' w/doghous6. Cuta, vary : fhendly. 466-9033. • Please mail all cash or chack donations to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption, P 0. Box\ 'C, Henderson, Nv 89015. i Big dog lovers, Dobtes, Shepherds, Afgtians, Chow Chow, Labs and many more. 361-2464 • hor adoption Dobids, Airedale, Boxer, Lots of pups Most mixed breed dog s, S6 ea. Pti 361MISCELLANE0U8 (FlaMnf Wanna) CaNRUMIIT 56S-011t LOST & FOUND LOST: Rottweiller. Needs medication. Call 565-9930 LOST Motorola walkie-talkie. Near B.C. golf course. Wed. May 18, Call 648-5996. BC. REWARD: Lost or stolen: Mobile telephone from Backhoe on Chestnut St. Walkie-Talkie type. Ph 56 5-0216. FOUND: Key ring w/3 keys. Owner must identify. Ph 565-4777. LOST CAT: Female, 7 mos (Katie) 221 Ash St. 565-7892, PLEASE. PETS/ANIMALS -zw Donate unwanted Cyclone fencing. Gate, pipe, any amount or size Betty Honh's Animal Adoption. 1988 Tax deductible. 361-2484. Wanted: Large parrott, Macaw, etc. Must be reasonable or can be donated to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption. 1988 Tax deductible for today's fair narket value. For complete nfo, Ph 361 2484. Bett Honn's Animal adoption accepting unwanted pets of all kinds. By app't only, homes aro found. 361 -2464. FRB IL)i'i''rlEN8 AfUl PUPPU8 NUD. GOOD HOMB. Calk 29M678 a^ytjawi The Cat's, Meow—Give a home to a treautif ul cat or kittens. Ov^ 75 to choose from. Long & short hair, multitude of colors. 3 61 -2484^ TOUR'PGORCAT I SPAYED OR NEUTERED FOR A ORAcloug DISCOUNT? Desperately needed—Older y* or 1 ton pickup or flat bed truck, util trailer, horse trailer. Must be reasonable. Or can tDe donated .to Betty Honn's Animal Adoption. 1988. Charitable/Tax Deduction. 361-24841 Tax time/-Put unwanted Items • to work, helping animals./Tax write off for 1987. Betty Honn's Animal Adoplicyn is in desparate need /of vehicles, horse trailer;5, fencing .& bidg mate^als ol all kinds.: 361-2484 Sear Keranore washer, extra Ig capacity, $150. Saars dryer, $100. Both exc condition. 564-6618 For sale: Complete Ranch Style living rm set. 1 couch, 2 chairs, 3 tables. 2 lamps. All for $300. All cushkxw recently reupholstered. 564-1332 ^ COLLECTION ot "My Little Pony" toys. Castle, stable, ponies and babies. All or part. 565^)216 For sale: Camper cebox, $15. Refrigerator, $40 and AC, $75 Ph 451-3912 after 3:30 pm. Electnc dryer. 220 V, $100. Ph 564-9459 1982 Sun Chief solar system. Pd $7000. Sacrifice ilOOO. A lot of misc items. Ph 565-3125 anytime 5 pc living room set, cream color velour, 2 couches, 2 swivel chairs, and coffee table. $450. Ph after noon, 564-1841 or leave message .1-^4 71 PETS 'NJ ME Lorreine'M Per Sitting Servic0. Loving care while you 'r mway. I 'H care tor your pets in their lemliar home wurrourxSinga while you vacation or work. Bonded. Call Lorraine Mciean 293-3431 Locally supportad. m CollectorBuys dd mag's (pre'60): signed documents autographs first issues! Special interest in Hollywood, scientists & gov't. Also, old U.S. coins. Gall tjetween 10 & 6 PM. daily. 565-0161. SPAY OR NaJTB? YOUR PET FOR HALF PRICE SHOTS 25% OFF / CALL VALLEY SAVE A PET 384-6049 (Ruby) ^ or 642^8543 Our Ad Rates Are REASONABLE Call For Datalla 293-2302 or 564-1881 New apiSetite control patch for guaranteed weight loss. Call Kns, 564-0797. For sale: Magnum Electric Trolling motor. Foot operated. $80 564-7630 MAHE LADIES WESTERN SADDLE $500. 293-1682. BO RV Roof Air Duo-Therm. 11.000 BTU. All hardware. Works great. $100. Leonard, 564-3344 • ^_ I Hutch and stereo. Both walnut, exc condition. Nice furniture. $100ea. 564-7217. Free: Qt Canning Jars. Miracle Whip large mouth. Needs lids and Plastic Freezer Containers. 564-1648. Garage door, single, steel. $225, or best offer. 8708261. Two 9' model rollup garage doors w/all hardware. Not blasted! 565-0623. after 6. Complete Satellite systems for sale,'/? priced. 565-9318. Completer service 12, 22K Gold, Knowles dishes. 60 yrs old. $395. Antique buffet, exc. condition. $700. Ph 564-6583. For sale: Bunk bed set w/mattresses. Truck roll-bar. 565-0646. W^ SUN REALTY ^ "THE [REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS" 1911 Ntvada Hwy., Boulder CKy, Nevada 8900S. ^ 24 HOURS (702) 293-2151 APPETITE CONTROL PATCH New breakthrough safe sffaotiva. 100^ money back guarantee. $33.00 month supply, $43.00 dMrlbutor kit, multilevel opportunity ACU-PATCH, Box 396, Pocahontas, Arkansas, 724SS Applcalkjns being accepted for Church Nursery Atten' dant. $5.00 per hr Over 21 8AM-12PM Sundays. Also need someone 6-8 PM Sunday nights Phone 293-7773 or come in weekdays to 'Christian Center. 571 Adams Blvd BC. We could use teen helpers also, $3.35 per hr. TbeBtdoatU-AleJ Vsra Jalee. IdO^ WEIGHT LOSS THE EAsT WAY. ^8e'yourself again) Money back guarantee 564-1648 'Washers, dryers, ranges, refrigerators Guaranteed. A-1 Appliances, 564-9000 ,520 W Sunset, Hdn. ARE YOU LIVING WTTH A DRINKING PROBLEM? If 80. why not try AlAnon? Meeting arcTuas,, 10 am at St. Timothy's' Episcopal Church. Tues. 8:30 pm Club < Sl.Wed.,8pm,Roaade' Lima Hospital. Fhday pm 7:30. Water & Power BIdg. Nevada Highway, Boulder City. For more informatkyi cail 565-9963. Hdn. WASHER/DRYER good cond. 30 day warranty $125 ea. 293-44 47. BC DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD BICYCLES. Ill give you $5 to $10 depending on conditioh Ph 564-5189 anytime. AIR CONDITIONER 4 Ton w/10 KW heat strips. ExC cond. $200 293-4757 BC HIGHEST CASH FOR GOLD, JEWELRY. GOLD TEETH. RINGS. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, SILVER, PLATINUM. CALL OR STOP IN TODAY. ANTHONY'S COINS & GIFTS, 525 HOTEL PLAZA, 293-1847 BC "Take 5 At 12" on May 5. National Day Of Prayer, to uplitt Government leaders and Thank God for past and future blessings on America • < • • SMMk MAY SPECIALS wvai wyi on nania Dfmo nwna mClAL QROUP Odds and Ends values to $71.99,40% to 80% off SPECIAL QROUP Tops and Shorts. Valued to $40.99. Your choica $10.00 iPfiCIAL QROOP OraaMt-valuas to $150.99,20% to 60% off. BATMNQ turn om racl(-20% to 80% off ONE RACK panlfr-valuis to $15.99 now $6.50 Saiea efrMtlve thru May 31 Located in the FIrat Weatem Plaza 1000 Nevada Hwy. 293-1408 MaMereanf — FAICaiHIITIMI AmimuiB, IUKH. kr-2MlD^7~ NKt D^j AJr... BM'8 BaaioM* Sarriea, 527 Hotel Plasa, (at tha VUIAM), B.C. 8 •JII.-4 pjn. MonFW.29268. I yMltrade8-s*dainenpw >SO9-9066 WOMEN'S tTUDVMTIIIlOCNOMMATIOIIAL IMMISSION CONmOL Bouldar CNy Taxaco S67Nv. Hwy. 294-1971 Beautiful Bnnd N^w Stortm Cook Wood-bumlng Siov. Bnam Trim — Afiil S— To Appr9cMo. I CAN CUT IT! UiwtM mowed by RIek Call 293-2472 BC TllllirS CLOCK tlRVICE Repair, Sales. Service Buying Clocks in need of repair. 864-3^02 TOltUUNfi SERVICES Fully MrtifiMl iMchtr witliM.Ed.AllbMicrabJMt* tankht AU a^ 6 inda 1TU. Call 293-7655 5 pjB.-7 p.m. CAR CARE SERVICE Lube, CM. Fitter Mecrianic on duty. BouMar CHy Taxaco JM7 Mav. Hwy. a94-ia71 i CHRISTIAN CENTER DAY CAR^ (OmJDCAM Wa iCIIOO L -WMOPIttAHTEN • iKMI AN> AFTER SCHOOL CAM FOR aEMENTARV AOt-FRa TRANSFORTATKM. •lYEAKSintOUOHJTHGllADE l\ •OPENMAM-MfP.M. •STATBUCENSEO •BDGHSTAn'RATIO, AlTEACHEitS *. ;*arnl i>E0PLEO!(a&B0P CUKUCDLUM PtMnt 293-2360 .^ 571 AdMiw Blvd. HOME OF CHmSTMN CENTER SCHOOL tt£imMmm^^^l*^mm ill Bill mill ttMk n. ^ m\ liunuaf^anan mrsugn em graoai iNDEPiNDENT MOVERS • One Boon or Hoonfnl ^Piann or Any Haivy Load • Spadabang in Hcodmon and Boulder Gty Firm Eetiautm aad Rteaaaabk RaUa 293-7911 A-1 APPLIANCE SERVICE SALES SERVICE PARTS •Washers •Dryers •Refrigerators Reconditioned Quarantaed SHVICa CAUL ANO iSTIMATB 318.00 520 W. Sunaat Ph 564-9000 EXPERIENCED HANDYMAN •Plumbing •Roofing •Repeirs •Carpentry •Free Estimates Ceil Steve 293-3261 • Voc^. Piano or Organ Musk: available lor aM events High Standard muse For ir4ormation ph Coral Cove Music Studio Productions (Flo Raymond, Direclor-Smger) 505-6469. ; Vocal Coaching, small groups, adults Thursday evenings. Coral Cove Muse Studio P roductions 56^8469 Voice lessons: Specialist teacher. Flo Raymorid, is accepting pupils. AN ages. 9 & ;up. Sing for enjoyment, therapy, occupation, avocation. Beginners to Protessional trained Call Cove Music Studio productions. 565-6469 PIANO LESSONS: Teacher ot note, Flo Raymond All ages. 7 to 77 Plus. Learning piano introduces you to many keyboard instruments & music in general Openngs available. Ph 565-8469, Coral Cove Music Studio Productky s. IFM sale: Dowadraft eoolan. MS. 66M880 r ARTHRITIS-People treat yonraalf. No OMiaHaf r k. Coat k aaalL 5^4:1648. Hardworking family man does yard work, odd jOb & lawn service. Call Earl, 564-3495 RADIO WORLD 2 way Radio Sales & Service CB—Amateur—Commercial—Marine Now open in Marshall Plaza at 1656 Nev. Hwy. B.C. 294-2666 H & S LAWN CARE Completa lawn service, tree & ahrub cara, automatic sprinklers. Uc #4490-0 HeroM h Sharon OttdMr 294-6200 STORAGE FOR RENT All ail— Faacad RaaklaBt Maaagar NaarSoMtl Moantda VlaU 458-3990 CLOCK REPAIR •Antique & Ottner •Grandfather •Wall •Modern SaUalaetlon Quaraittaad Buy, Sail, Trade 294-1133 BC JEWELRY BOX Custom Jewelry, All Repairs, Free Watch Estiniates, Appraisals. 414 Nevada Hwy. 2944)677 B.C. ICKBLAIRREALT 833 NEVADA HWT^ BOULDER CITY •2171 ^; ttdtUid CAU. *.> Bob Blair, Broker 293-2049 Bieh MeyaikM 2S-lMe iPattyGnffty-SpMr .29M075 Pal Ryaa 29M406 fCrJstiM Aatooio 29011 km^aa Kadmaam 29M228 \ FOR SALE Bathroom sink of, cultered marble includes' l^oen fixtures. One single, two double, various sizes. 294-1438 BC VYOUR ONE-STOP REAL ESTATE COMI>ANY AFFORDABLE-3 BEDROOMS-BC: Won't last, several Lewia Homes priced to sell now, uppper 80's and low Wa. CALL NOWI FEWER & FEWER: Custom home building Iota in BC to choose from; if you plan to build in next 18 months call us TODAYI / PLANS CHANGED77?: Won't need that BC building lot after all?? do call us now for fair pricing and marlteting plans—NO BLUE SKY, only serious sellers need apply—call 293-2161 nowl ADULT CONDO-BC 2 bedroom-HOOO CASHI: No qualify—no second, only cashi Lovely boaas. Uke a model, heatlh forces sale. Call uaNOW. HENDERSON INVESTMENT: R< H acre, off Boulder Hwy and Sunset, only $70,000. B.C. CLASSIC Refurbiahed 34>edroom, hardwood floors, and more. Asking $77,600. See this today! WRITER'S STUDIO-JUST POR YOU. All the extras iadndiag privacy-f files storage and bookahehrea aU biillt4B. Oni^ 166,000. See todayl "ON THE RESERVATION" ExceUent 34>edroom, screened patio, GREAT ROOM, lota of RV parking + ovcrsiis doable garage. All for only $06,200.. Aaaonabls kiaa too. Call now. BOULDER CITY COMMERCIAL LOT: across from McDonalds & Kentucky Chicken. $175,000 cash for fast sale. "IN-LAW QUARTERS" akmg with lovely custom family home only $107,500? Call now fordetaik. UNDEB CONSTRUCTION: 1400 Pueblo, $177300, Gfaat/vimr, huary 2.400 sq ft on ^ acre. Saa plans, choose yoor peraonal itema today. CaD for oppaiatmeat to review plans, etc VKW OP LAKE MEAD: this hixnry ooDdo has all the amaoities (even an assoBuble 9.6% FHA loan.) A noot'Oee at $119,600 today. FOUR BEDROOMS IDEAL 2.160 sq. ft. FAMILY HOME 4 large bedrooms, 2 FULL BATHS, F.P. Covered patio, IN6B0UND SPA, Aato sprinklers $106,600.00. DELUXE CUSTOM HOME-3,700 -f Sq. Ft. 2V4 ba.. Car gar + 16'X22' fiaiahed starve area. SPECTACULAR VIEW OF LAKE MEAD—many more extras $699,000.00 NEAT AS A PIN home in weU estobUahed Boighborliood. 2 car finiahed garage. PMI, huh '• • "'•^lU-g RV parking. $129,900. VERY NICE NEAT FAMILY HOME Prestigious area, pool w/solar cover, fireplace, block fence, 2 car garage. See it and buy today. $155,000. THREE BEDROOMS UPGRADED LEWIS HOME. Coatom F.P. SWIMG. POOL. 2 SPAS, CUSTOM KITCHEN 2 covered Patios $116,000.00 POPULAR LEWIS FLOOR PLANFam. Fm with large baeakfaat bar A FJ>. Saaraon with SPA, I hood ONLY iiajxaM. CUSTOM HOME-2 ha. Fam. rm, 2 < gar, fsMsad yard, tils roof $114,777. TWO BEDROOMS Totally upgraded atartcr boaie. New roof, central air and heat. Nice neighborhood. $72,500. FIXER UPPER-ia matare area. Briag took A OFFER TODAY $42,000. MOBILE HOMES EXCEPTIONAL BUY! Ia Gingerwood Adult park-12'X60' plus TIUV Add-ABoom 1 bedna. 1 bo. Ceatril AC/Haat Priced to Sell $18,500. MT. VISTA E8T. 2 bedrm. 1 ba. 1 c fiaiahed gar. lO'XlO' Deloxa S^. Ut^.. new carpet, wiadow coveting. Block wall auto spriaklera $68.5004W RENTALS COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 BetfcoL 2 ba. Coado. grooad floor. 2 ca r port s Avid Apr. fr-OMl of Oet ADULTS-NoB smokers only JUST BRING YOUR TOOTHBRUSH A CLOTHINGEVERYTHING ELSE IS HERE $40000. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED 2 bedrm. 1 ba. Vi duplex, carport, water paid ADULTS ONLY $550.00 AVAIL. NOW. CONDOMINIUMS: BOULDER SQU ARE-one bedraL, dow stairs. Cooveoient to parfciog, pool A cfaibhoaoe. A GREAT BUY AT$S2J0a00L CO MMEB CIAL-FOR SALE Local PIZZERIAAXTiae A Boar BarGREAT LOCATION CALL POR DETAILS $7B4MMt LAND "B" Hm-1 Jt acn CVSTOM SITE kt. OwMT wOliiw to trade f hsoM or land hrXoB Vigaa Area. $86,000. QUIET SECLUDED LOT IN SUB 11 Partial view of valley. ONLY 827.500. UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW-LAKE MEADI! SEE IT NOW-$12S.000. > tY OUR OFFICE ANO LOOK OVER THE MAIiYOTHEm kVE AVAILAI M ACaUB lot SoitaMo lar ywar • • pi ^^ SEE IT NOW 88AM8L e^lX NOWLIVi^gU^^^B^LDgOtMAI FREEH l-80fra5)10 Ext £41 SINCERITY AND INTEGRITY IS OUR SPECIAL1

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^MMVlHMi Ntwt. liA4ariMi, Ntvada ToMfbv. W 2i IMS FAd THE MDUC ChUtvUMOM HIALTH INSURANCI MOmiOW INtUIUNGI tl^ YOUflfnJ OF UNWANTID HAIR wllti RJCTROLYSIS • y, Nwiey Murphy, LB., CP.E. % FfM CofMultation—Tax OvduotlMt—Ptmwnmt IHniarion Prol — I IOIMII Park 1M W Lalw MM4 M.. Mn. tt. 110 IS4-HAtR Home of Travol We honor all advertised special air, cruise and package fares. For information, Phone — II 121 N. LAI SERVICES MOBILE HOME ROOF SPCCIALISTS, lifetime, "No tflfik" warranty. Energy saving, all types of repairs. C & R^nterpnses. 641-5558 T*"^ ROOFINGAn types of roofing & repair, ill ivork guaranteed G & R EOterprises 641 5558 HAVE FUN THIS SUMMER Lo(rn to play the electric kgrboard or piano. 458-2585 JCiiurneyman carpenter, 13 yrSexp. Doors & Door Jams ar6 my specialty Please call Richard, 564-3721 Evaporative coolers, and AC, S^ce. repair and mstallaIkjn, Estimates Ph 458-1115 BLAKELEY EXCAVATION 565-9077 I on dig iti I auB move it I By Uie hoar—by the job. ^ Lie #0024516 Glass, Glass, Glass Overstocked Las Vegas Glass & Window manufactur ing. 30 yrs in bur>es8. Con tractors Icense, C8-020010 1218 Western, 382-4174 -.A :: • Handyman—Hauling, odd jobs, drains, electrical. Reasonable rj^jes Free estimates. Denn iS ^796-6963. Broken windows? Stop that blasted heat I have 2 tx)xes of window glass Will cut to size & install. $20 to $30 average window includes' delivery & installation. I also have a couple of patio door glasses. Satisfaction guaranteed Less for Sr. Citizens. Save now while supply lasts. Free estimates over phone. Call 732-1222 GARDNER will cut your lawn for $10 Free Estimates Licensed Ph 565-7449 Z MURRAY ^MAINTINANCI -,^;fiaipntfy, .; QlMeRL. -AN HoueohoM Ropeira Roof Ropalra PAINT AVERAGE :HOUSES200.21yn perieoce. Work Cdl Jim owamp cooler tuneup, in dudes pads, lube, system chacK i25 Further parts & labor extra. Call Jeft 565-0947 HAUUNQ, CLEANUP; YABDWOBK.ODD 94TERIOR DESIGNS FtlRNTTURE CARPETS DRAPERIES • WAUPAPER Bt priem In Nevada SLEEP SH01> ^ 6790 Boulder Hwy., LAS VEGAS 220 N. Boulder Hwy. HENDERSON 565-5911 • HOUSEPAINtiNG Interior & exterior, over 20 yrs: exp. Republicans 10% Dis-1 count Ph 435-3151 Brakedrnms A rotors resarfaeed. Custom liydriUcboMa.30eW roBt.Hite.lir.HoM. 66M111. lom wnyi, or worn leather. Call New Life Vinyl and Leather. For professional repair & restoration on any vinyl or leather or velour. 10 yrs exp and Mobile service ^1 come to you. 4S70900 SECOND HAND STORE, Bilmars, 27 Army St. Furniture 4 brass & tools MIsc We repair all makes models of appliances. $20 service call Guaranteed 30 days. Buy & sell all merchandise. Henderson 564-7367, or 641-6058. MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TO HAVE YOUR SWAMP COOLER serviced before hot weather. Call 2934447 BC. A CUSTOM PAINTINO. TINTING. WALLPAPERING, AND CABINET REPINISHINO htafar A Biteriar. ReMo• tial A OMnm(cUL Dty wall repairs. Aooouetieil eeiltaia A textured, weJla. Over 90 m cap. la Chkam area. NovMla Lk.^573. BondeiitA laaured. V George C. Bnioate 4Sft^ia. HANDYMAN -CALL VAN a Appliances • Auto Air Cond. •Carpentry & Cabinets NO JOB TOO SMALL 564^77 DRVWAU Bouldtr City Paint Conttr Contracting Sarvlce Uo. No. 0080000 Serving Boulder CHy, Henderson A Surrounding Areas •COMMBRCIAL ^>RltlDINTIAL •iNouarmAL On $He Colour Coneulting CALL FOR FRII ItTIMATn CoaipeUtnfe PrlelnQ Ue/nff QueHty Quarenteed" Wenjemln Moore Produete Your Home A Property With Affordable Quality I63t NovAda Hwy. (Marahill Plan) m-2m sniBBirs im & wmi REASONABLE 4 PROFESSIONAL iMORK •564-9116 952E. Lake Mead 09k!D MOMS SBRVIOB Your Home Town Prof—elonmlo No Job Too 8meH •Yardwork and Clean-Up •Maintenance •General Handyman Qumnt—d QuMty Work % Untor Olacounl Frt* entlmat— L. 4606 0 293-4556 ^or T>ecor Interior Degign Janet Qvlalu (702)45M013 BuilacM Lie. # 000110O00-2 HMLMa4ryJI BeoMeleaiilaf -Loirast J lal aa oaU 564^927 Stats Lk. •OOaiM7 BondMlMid Insiirad 10 Yrs. bpsrlMict In Nevada Morrison £teHM/C^ LM Morrison Mika Morrison Offica B64-6185 825 Charry Handarson. NV 89015 •ADD-ONS •QARAOI CONVimiONt •RIPAIRt •NIW CONSTRUCTION inoHLY coMPmnvK lum OUH If TW nAU IM tOULOm CITY Q.A. "CURLY" SMITH CONSTRUCTION IN THI DOMI 293-1613 CARPENTRY WORK •Concrete •Electrical Senior Diaoount CallS644862 IKOZAL'S TRAVEIJ CONNECTIONS 1 • Computwi?d I Fre Dliv:y VKalion Tril I Aw Lin TckH Alwaya AcCuraU I A Ellabeth Konl ^ I Manager • I ^ TW-m 1004^ .1 ^^^^ "^"^P ^"^^P _^^^^ AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE uc. ii4a4i CallH.T.C. LawmCan^* .Ridlial A OoauMreiall Tfaii^*frf pf"g ^8pniiUr Repair and InataUattoo. ^CIeaii up, Tlutch, FortiliH & Razeed. FRSE BffmiAnS M S64^741 BRICK-BLOCK CUSTOM^ WORK Nevada Uc 24144 14 na euMriaaee THOMPSON'S COOLER SERVICE A HOME MAINTENANCE.na! eatfaiatae. 80M842. WILL CLEAN YOUR 5ARAGE FOR $15. plus anything of value. Ph' 564-5189 anytime. Home repair & remodelling Anything m ttie home or yard. We'll work within your insurance claims. 25 yrs exp Wofk guaranteed. Nolan Bloom. 565-3196. Blakeley Construction Lie No 0025913. Will repair any damage. $15 tee for bid Refundable if awarded pb 565-9043 HENDERSON'S [ FEARSON MASOM •453-1869 •565-3065 209 Fotttr Av. Henderson, Nev. 89015 Jack Pearson -ea U ^^irCoM DitiOMiNG HEATINO AND SHEET METAL •HMI Pump Ctrtifitd •Mainttnance Contracts •Evaporattvt Coolert • BouldarClty* • LatVagaa* •Sarvie* A Installation •RasMantlal Cofflmarcial •Air Sytttffl Datign •Naw Constnjctlon •Rafnooaia •TATiucnnifaeMe (702)293-4757 i*p iss3a ALL-BRITE CLEANING Carpet, Furniture, & Drapery Cleaning Free Estimates 734-8969 itSati^action Guaranteed Licensed. Bonded, & Insured EAQER BEAVER LandKapa A Lawn Malntenanco ComtnercW CompMa I wrtw^apa Reflpvsttons Log Edging-<(Mp Waterii'lO SyrtaiTW natO'lMao A BaoMioa Sentoa iwnwvou vouarMaurai 564-5374 nUMSE BIIILDER8 OP NEVADA Free E*naree Lc. f 134S7 NwmCmaUmeUm 6A7 CaHretBie SL leare • AM-1 PM DeUy I AMI* AM Sal. auiii ummnu DePM.Hk m JOHN'S HANDYMAN SERVICE It It n—4a fbdng, IwUlflMlt Ceirpontry, Kloet^l, Pmlnting, Phunblnft • to* • • ^Qumrmnt—dWork CMJohn 369-8417 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND OUAUTY WORKMANSHIP CALL MICK CASEY BOULDER CITY 293-1571 HOWARD HELDERLJEIN CONSTRUCTION Conunercial—Residential—Remodela and Additions License 021013 565^74 WMEKirr fliMUty work that will besHtlfyyowbomsLie. A Bonded. Preo itimates. Residsatid CUSTOM MAILBOXES WELOOffi REPAIR WEATHERVANE8 (FUlUiic Wonu) CtUIUIPBRT 566^119 AARON FENCINO,' PrMbthnatae I attain Link A Wood I Faneino 20 Years Exp. -^ PH. 4S1-t190 ,; _StmLic.1fiMt_ij.: Ava SSSflSISSS on yar next hdne, idven, of lefMae SAVI SSStSIfSS on your OUttOfH hOflW 6A. ^'Cufty' Siiiltn Construction m* tM-isii IMS a iU/flMMriFiBRMiniV Just came out of rebramenl and need the worii No job too amaB or too large. Commeroal & residential. Rnla A Miehaal Tharp Ph 702-1-372-8353 UcWo. 00a741 3S9-9377 T i I HLBM.U.Ii i ll I THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649^23746^ j DOIT, RmOMTIAL A COMMBRCIAL •AddMons, •flamodal or'Rapair Ue. No. 14492. Ph. 293.42I4 T SWAMP COOLER SERVrtCe Mb,tl.Chanaat24.ComnwQW ana irHlustnal ooonrs nttra. AidcWonal ports & liter oKtra. Sontor Clliz8r\ Otooount. 20 % on Labor. In buinass 5 yrs. Hdn resident 20 yrs FRANK MARWOOD'S COOLER REPAIR 585-7107 WofV guaranteed It an. •tocMe. 99CWny 9^9* local referNot a aUtc •TBACTOK QBADINQ •00NCMTB8AW CUTTINO •CONCKSn FINISHING — RaaaoaaUe Rttm — 293-9943 FRANK'S TV 9 APPLIANCE SALES 9 SMVICE J^ In homo aarv l aa oaH AUMMVOX ayilfAMU PfMLCO iTAiiiujimrarAnow 698-7468. SliWING MACHINES & VACUUM CLEANERS RffPAlRED Sorensons 1664 Nev. Hwy 293-3770 BC CAREY^S CARKT & f^DRNITURE Fret Estimates JIFFY f RIM LAWN CARE "We WMk WkOa roe PIv" 8TEVI HEOLANO 565-1 593 — CERAMIC TILE — Expsrt nia kistsHation. 9 yrs. exp. Lst sn sxpert do it. Rpairs also. LsborOnly I J992311 or2939SAikfar Jimmy | 22 PIECCtI $6QA00 NQBiCpui i-yjtjiji PAUtfTlNG •atd •cwiifc WE DELIVER NO EXTRA CHARGE! 6',9C905 384 6781 230S E Liik* Ud I2t 7 S Main Si Open rllr 9 6 •: ul S S 30 'Ci OSED SUN B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIF6 Specializing in Custom Ekiat Canvas ~ Custom Canvas AsuppBos Csnvaa Prodiiota >^ ac Canvas tpadaltioa Co. 1108 Nevada Hwy. BC ... .2M-4609 HOMB REPAIR DRYWALL UOINBRD 599-9992 EARL'S TYPEWRITER REPAIR Specializing in IBM and Smith/Conoa T^pewritm Free in shop tttiaiMtm 607 Federal 665^230 Uc. #01806786 IN8TA CLEAN MAOy JANirORIALSERVia Professional cleaning ^a^ vice for residential and oonrtmerctal All phases of goneraf cleaning covered tnbkxiIng carpel cleaning, waX/ ceilings washed. Acoustical tilea cleaned. 2]3316 Licensed-Bofxied-lnsured U8.ii..iiiB7 C9ll 293^99 CARPEt YOUR WMOUB HOUSEII WKii Ho Do^pm PaymoMi Up la M M s ntt s Ta Pay tiJ$9 A^Jk Compisie Home Needs The FUWNTURE WAREHOUSE SSNSNM TNf OOMMtMITY SStCf 1S4S 2540 E. Charleston Boulevard ?9?-7053 DRYWALL Aecoustic sellings, ipffvyvv Off r99pff9y9a> Tsps An' drywriLWi yrseip. Pioo 493-2900 COMSI IDCTMHI 19. •Corryrtsrela) •Raaidanttal •AddMona 2M-7708 LJcMorisa I fiMNjr. May 24. 19M Hsadsrios Horns Nsws, Nsa^snsa; NsrsAsjPsgil^ OFPOHTUNmes AIDE $4 25 HR Looking (or mature gal to care for sidsrty man in private home. Oiffarsnt shifts avaHabls. Call today. NEVER A FEE CAREERS PLUS TEMP 795-1055 1055 E Tropicana steiao COPIES-D. tiheni yoursslf, or drop then off and we'U do them for yov, open 8 •.ni.-6 p.m., Mon. Fri. Bee's Business ssrvice, 627 Hotel Plaaa (at the Village), B.C. 293-4556. AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Flight Attendants, Travel Agents, Mechanics, Custo mer Service, Listings Salanesto$105K Entry level positions CaH (1) 805687-6000. Ext A-5895 NEW DEVELOPEMENT ENGINEER Salary: $35,190.00-S42,773 00/yr. (Subject to PERS reduction) Requirements: Graduation from a four-year college with major course work in Civil Engineering and five (5) years of progressively responsible, diversified experience incivil engineering, including one (1) year in supervision, or any equivalent combination of education and experierKe. Special Requirements: Must possess, or be able to obtain, registration as a Civil Engineer in the State of Nevada within one (1) year of date of hire. Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a class 3 Nevada dnver's license, and satisfactory driver record WHERE TO APPLY. City application form and personal resume must be submitted to the Personnel Department, City HaH, 243 Water St., Henderson, NV, 89015, and must be filed no later than Thursday, June 2, 1988, at 5:30 p m HOURS OF OPERATION: 7:30a.m.-5:30 pm., Monday through Thursday. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Accepting resumes for p^ste-up/lay out person. Ex}erience necessary. =teferances required. Write Action Ads, 527 Hotel Plaza. Boulder City 89005. Vend National Sales Leading Candies, Nuts. Gums, Mints. Novelties, in routes uang Advanced Machines, Superior Locator-Trainers. Requires Car. S5.000.00, reliability Call Business Hours 1800-354-8363 NEED A BABYSITTER? I will babysit days or graveyard, my home, 1 wk old to ??? Please call 564-8269 anytim e. ________ Hou'secleanin'g, we clean it alii Ovens, windows, floors, walls. Guaranteed "Motherin-Law Clean Call Judy. 5647 163. Babysitting, my home. 24 hrs • day Any age. Hot meals Call 565-8471 or 564-8358 SUMMER CHILDCARE 4 yrs & older. $10 a day Mon'Fn Lake & park tnps. Mignon 2930864 ; Former preschool teacher' will care for your child in my home Mon through Fh. Call 5642446 ^ If you're looking for TLC, I will watch your children anytime. All meals inlcuded Reliable references reasonatile rates. Call 293-5848. Babysfitter neededT? We will take care of your children in our loving homes. Individual attention & creative activities provided. Call 565-7485 oi 565-0823 between 8 am & 9 pm. Ground level Boulder Hills Condo> S bdrra E bathPool' 2 Bdrm Overland CondoUpgraded & nicely decoratedIncl appliances. • S3-iSD0. Newest Mouse on the Street IbSD sq fti 3 Bdrms 5 bath on corner lot. • TISiSOO 8 owner will help finance!!! mS sq ft 3 Bdrra B 1/5 ba Block home centrally located. —— • ISiDOD3 Bdrm E Bath immaculately kept hone on cul-de-sac. It32 sq ft manufactured home features open floor planV 2 Bdrms I 3/M bath. Magnificent unobstructed view of Lake Mead! Split level Lake Terrace Condo. Owner will help finance!! Ib3l, sq Custom h E car ga ina Highland Bdrm S bath pool • 3 Bdrm E bath super-custom home in secluded cul-desac b* car garage! Exclusive: 3 Bdrm E 1/E ba 3 cai; garage. Luxurious custom located in prestigious subdivision. Efl7-iQD0 Beautiful 3 S car garai land custo ,a^ a JBathi ina HighCustom home building lots in Lake Terrace-i Lake Head View, B-Hill. Call for Hap. Environs Realty will soon be BOULDER DAH REALTY Vstch for our new signs!! CALL8A.M.-6P.M. [i Cari Cowaa, Broker 288-1488 Mu AsUMHgh 2884408 Mary Board 288-7254 EMea Lamb StromlMri 288608 Babysitting in my DAY% OhlLY Fenced play yard. CkMs to park. Mo8iar (X 2. OW Suns* Rd. walking distance to Hinman SchooT 564-7535 wkh nrsraawa. Oat NANCY at 8844168. HssAAwa. Expenenced mother of 1 will babysit your child. 0 to 1 yr old In my Highland HiflB home at reasonable rates. Can 564 0078 MAGICAL MAIDS Quality work at reasonable prtcaa. 283-1817 BC. WANTED-RELIABLE WOMEN TO WORK 5 nights each weak in my home. Dulios are minimal. Most ol har lima would be free to walch TV. read or slesp Own transportalkxi needed Call 283-2440 after 10 am BC WANTED MAtuRE LADY TO WORK SEVERAL HOURS IN MORNING OR EVENING. OWN TRANSPORTATION. REFER ENCES NEEDED CALL 293-2440 after 10 am BC Mobilr Homes py wH I ktm, amiaii tmpmA VBIa ,, rmMf metim. Park N^Aryail 8448 aM DUMs.SMna,lbtli.lMsefaainiB. A panh. sarporl 38 Baae baskos. spp fisa. Law itmm. Park rsat A pjrart appm 8606. 14X76,8 kdnn, 2 btk. aii iJeetric Move to lot of yow COVEHEO BOAT 8T0-. AGE. compiaia faneed, aacurHy. 837.00 morth. Cdi 2Sd^7738lo4:30Mon.ttu Fri. BC. n la Headsnoa, Snpavb 2 bdrm, 2 Mk. oeatra) air, dU wide. Losated fai famUy park. mnaatovsoTHSK HOMES ONE WAY M09Ui HOME SALES HeaaeLaradryE Servles -Loirast Aits~ au 664-4927 INSTA-CLEAN MAD/ JANrrORIAL SERVICE Prdessionat cleaning service fcx residenttal and commercial AH phaaee a< ganoral cleaning covered InckJdIng carpet cleaning. waN/ ceilings washed Acoustical tiJes cleaned. 293-3316 Looking for someone to give your child some TLC? i^other of one w/plenty of experience Will babysit in my home. Section 27 area. 564-5251 Babysitting, my home Mon through Fri 6 am to 6 pm Full or part time availWe. Walking distance to Fay Galloway. 564-8161. FOR SALE 14X66 Broad more 2 large badrms, l ba Appliances, new carpet, paint, many extras Very good cond. Clubhouse, swimming pool (55) Ouiet area Gingerwood Adults only $21,750. 293-2622 or 564 3826 B C. Villa Hermoea family sacfkxi. 78 Champion. 14X70. 3 bdrm. Vh bth. $15,500. Days 791-3125. eves 564-6528 FOR SALE 1970 TOWN AND COUNTRY MOBILE HOME 12 X 52 2 BR Beautiful yard Moore's Mobile Home Adult Park 701 Elm Sp 68 Exc cond To see contact Richard at Sp 70B BC Uatinga waoted. Let as "V3^aM4lg- for/wtOsBOssW-y P5f^ SALE 2 bdrm 1 bath. 10 X 50 mobile home. Comes with central air. 10' X 10' shed 85.000. 293-2474 B.C. B.C. MEM! HEM SUM nil E8ia8 99Mi 1878 BAmWMTONtl-three bedroom, two bath. 24X60 Excellent ConditionI $41,950 1877 PIMMA-three bedroom two bath-Pnce reduced to $24,800(1 MOOflC'8, 1878 CHAMPION-14X44, 1 bedroom. 1 balh-fumahed -$18,900 1880 TAMARCK-2 bedroofn, 1% balh-furniahod -$26,500 289-1818 EP 291-9217 HANDYMAN CTVnAL de irerh fr Mefatte CUSTOM BUILT FOR WATERBES). OvmiMil Factory naaadaf. DOUBLE WIDE PACTOBY REPO. WUIaMvetfaeeMary. ABANDONED RKPO. Ne^Kvadia. PMaf orM>(Her*MBt te aMrr* la. BANK NBED6SOMEONE TO ASSUME HUGE I BDRM. 2 BATH, wei bar. IMF MMLD HOMES YOUR WAYI CONTBMPORARY HOUSING COL BMi I. BoiiMar Hn TWO 1 bslh ly room and dining roomipdated Utckea. eaparate f amif dy $79,500 Reduced to $69,600. 1,800+ sq. ft. MANUFACTURED with car|iort,'wet bar, 2 full batba, lovely landscaping, in Lake Mtn. Esta. Price Reduced to 9nrt*F4ni> ,6 2 bedroom, */* batb, ADULTS only Condo, w/completciy new Utchcn. waUpaper, call io see. $57,000. CORONADO ESTATES. Double wide wHb extra room and FIREPLACE, mast aee: $72,772JS0. -.^ BEAUTIFUL desert landscaping, eommnahy pool dubbouac A epa doae by, aU only aix nulea from Lake Mead. $86,000. CLEANASAWHISTLF MENT or STARTER hoi [ 2 bedroom. 1 batb RETIRE: eet parking, ONLY $65,000. MOUNTAIN VISTA 2 bedroom. A must see. Priced for quick sale. $63,600. *^ THREE BEDR66M VA batb on tree-fined atreet aenai^ftaa park. 1,200 aq. ft. $86,500. VIEW OF Lake Mead from this double wide modular home wHh nice finished storage hiom. $100,800. OVER 3,700 aq. ft. home, ovrlooking Boulder City and the Valley, needa aome attention but the poasibilitiea arc onUtanding. Two rireplaces. ovcraized 2 car garage, privacy, Urge pUated atriam opcaing onto iagroond pool, CALL TO SEE. 8186,500. BOLDER 2 Bodrooa HOME, with Cueat Hoaae, feaced yard and OFFSTREET parking, centrally ktcated. ONLY $75,008. A HOME for the Begianiag OB the BetMa-a potUe bom doae ta evcrythiag at a |ioe that's affordable. New Utckea aad Bathroom iaatalled. ONLY $74,660. LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES, mobile home with VIEW of LAKE MEAD, many upgrades, 2 bdrm, l'/ bath, carport Price REDUCED, must seU $85,000. LATE MTN ESTATES, Like New, lived in approximately SIX months, covered deck, walk around sun porch, workshop or storage room, RV ParUa^, VERY negotiable, starting at $90,000-wbcre will we end npTTf CHARMING, bright A r^ baaement, private back >* Idroom, 1 bath koOM, w/partial ^e to everything. $76,000. BOULDQLCmr BUILOINO LOTS BaBdyeartka—keg^I^nfcknIahsMsadeel baOdtac let 8188Jll^ Approxiasately 2 aeias. ktcated oa "B" klli, Lyaa Driro. 8II81OOOI DOUBLE BUILDING LOT ootataading view potential. BOTH lou as one ONLY 886,000. LEVEL LOT-Baady to baild, Lakevi^ CUieae 81084M0i H acre prime Caatam Homo Buildiag Let. • $46,088.08 WE GET RESULTS! PUT MO. 1 TO WOBK W)W YOW seen offwe Indepandantly owned 8 JANICE CRAWFORD. Owaar tSUm MEL DUNAWAY. Bnkar 244SB UNITTE DAVIS 218-1887 DIANNE VANA86B MMSI RICK LOWBLL 2SM084 RHONDA BECK 298-7878 R08E GALPERIN KJBiALrXr neSIDENTIAL ^ COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NCLOCATSm 0PEN7DAY8 564-( DETACHED GUEST HOME-Mafai konae baa 2 bedrooma, 1 bath, located OB a bffge kit Freably painted aad ready for yoa to move in. Walk to downtown area. CaU Breada Bird, 5848989. A:63672 ^ HORSE COUNTRY-With a great view (rf the valley and niee enstom honea aO aroaad. Vi acre bit ia Sactka 27 jnat waiting for yon to baild your dream borne. Owner wlU ewryl CaU Brenda Bbd. 5648989. T:36999. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION-Prime commerdal on Bould^ Highway, high traffic count easily acceaeible, aext to car dealership. Call Breada BM, 684888B. HIGHLAND HILLS LOCATION-Bring the famUy, 4 bedrooos. 1.76 batb plua family room witk fireplace. Waaber, dryer, refriger a tor, 7 ceiling fans, and satoUtte disb all stoy, central air plas piggy back swamp cooler. Park and acbool near by. Aak for Jane Kodk, 5648869. G-Ji7807. WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME-Plenty of rooa for big, comfortable chairs and sofa to gather around the ckamdng fbaplace, the entire family can ait down aad eat together in the Utckea aad Dad wfll bive tke overaised garage. Big yard for the Uda to play ia, tkreie bedrooms, 2 bath. Soper buy, only $79,900. Aak for Fred or EUe Knapp, 564969. P:57210. CIRCLE THIS AD-Yoa will waat to aee this special home! Pleaty of Itving area—4 bedroo ma 1.75 batba, family room aad large country kitchen. Nicely laadacaped PLUS a heated apa ia the rear yard. Great location aear Bcbools, churches aad shopping. Ask for Fred or Elbe Knapp. 5648069. M348e7. -^:--.• .TRUE BLUE TRANQUU. POOL AND SPA-Attractive decorated home with doable fireplace. 3 bedroom, 1.75 bath phmlauadry and storage room. ROOMY, READY A REASONABLE-Foar bethwoB. 2y> bath Cbiam Bravo has 1366 SJ*. aad is the loweat priced Bravo available. Priced weU halaw the aew oaaalt This home ia oa a qafat euMaae. with beaatifBl lad-pg d a hrge let Tranalar f•. ade, caU Wendy WiUtaam taNEED ROOM TO GROWr Don't CUmaValleJawMial for a grewias family. TUa 1 at RV parU^tf Tail flbmaa tUai idaw4l III An thai 8116844989 8:87383 DESIRABLE LOCATION-TUs 4 bedroom, 2Vt batb Chism Bravo ia jast what you're looUag for! Located oa a comer lot with large back yard and nice covered patio. To top It off h baa a great aaaamable kwa. What else could yoa aak for?? Well all appHaaeea sUy too. Hurry, thia one won't last!! Can ^aroa or Wendy today for detaOa. 5644t969s S:57234. TRULY A CREAM PUFF-Very aico three bedroom. 1.75 bath home, neat as can be, fenced yard. Priced right CaU Has WiUiams, 5844869. Z:58070. LOOKING FOR PLENTY OF RV PARKING? This 3 bedroom, 1.76 bath h ams, feaced yard, catc as caa be, dooe to acboeis and shopping. Aak for Tina WiUama, 5844868. P-.6188A CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN-Groat toeatkm for retiree or nice Btarter home, condo. 2 h i ^ as m ,l bath, baa it's own private patki. CaU TfamWiMiama. 6844669. V:66818. M-Z0NING,J8aaa party, valae ia kad. 1 ,8 rental a^ia on pew I, 8844888 A:5868S. DOUBLE WIDB-MaUie hsM, hi awMT wa cwry wItk ilaiitli Jiaapajmwl. 1.448 sqnare feet 66X188 hit CaU TtaM WlUams or Jaae Ko^k. 6844068. N:&6754 BRING YOUR SWIMSUTT-Yoa wiU enjoy yoor summer ia this bively pool/spa. Stay cool aadar the large coveted patia with cool deck slab. Three bedroom, 1.76 bath, large walk-ia doaet ia I car garage. euHieaae hKatioB. Lovely dsaa bonw. CaB Gay Pbelpa, 8844969 for pstea aad amae dsSafc CMW GOVERNMENT AOQUHBD PEOPBBTIBB-If yaa'ka I • the laaa. the hsya Wa'taaeam74Hfma\ • ^l I

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^MMVlHMi Ntwt. liA4ariMi, Ntvada ToMfbv. W 2i IMS FAd THE MDUC ChUtvUMOM HIALTH INSURANCI MOmiOW INtUIUNGI tl^ YOUflfnJ OF UNWANTID HAIR wllti RJCTROLYSIS • y, Nwiey Murphy, LB., CP.E. % FfM CofMultation—Tax OvduotlMt—Ptmwnmt IHniarion Prol — I IOIMII Park 1M W Lalw MM4 M.. Mn. tt. 110 IS4-HAtR Home of Travol We honor all advertised special air, cruise and package fares. For information, Phone — II 121 N. LAI SERVICES MOBILE HOME ROOF SPCCIALISTS, lifetime, "No tflfik" warranty. Energy saving, all types of repairs. C & R^nterpnses. 641-5558 T*"^ ROOFINGAn types of roofing & repair, ill ivork guaranteed G & R EOterprises 641 5558 HAVE FUN THIS SUMMER Lo(rn to play the electric kgrboard or piano. 458-2585 JCiiurneyman carpenter, 13 yrSexp. Doors & Door Jams ar6 my specialty Please call Richard, 564-3721 Evaporative coolers, and AC, S^ce. repair and mstallaIkjn, Estimates Ph 458-1115 BLAKELEY EXCAVATION 565-9077 I on dig iti I auB move it I By Uie hoar—by the job. ^ Lie #0024516 Glass, Glass, Glass Overstocked Las Vegas Glass & Window manufactur ing. 30 yrs in bur>es8. Con tractors Icense, C8-020010 1218 Western, 382-4174 -.A :: • Handyman—Hauling, odd jobs, drains, electrical. Reasonable rj^jes Free estimates. Denn iS ^796-6963. Broken windows? Stop that blasted heat I have 2 tx)xes of window glass Will cut to size & install. $20 to $30 average window includes' delivery & installation. I also have a couple of patio door glasses. Satisfaction guaranteed Less for Sr. Citizens. Save now while supply lasts. Free estimates over phone. Call 732-1222 GARDNER will cut your lawn for $10 Free Estimates Licensed Ph 565-7449 Z MURRAY ^MAINTINANCI -,^;fiaipntfy, .; QlMeRL. -AN HoueohoM Ropeira Roof Ropalra PAINT AVERAGE :HOUSES200.21yn perieoce. Work Cdl Jim owamp cooler tuneup, in dudes pads, lube, system chacK i25 Further parts & labor extra. Call Jeft 565-0947 HAUUNQ, CLEANUP; YABDWOBK.ODD 94TERIOR DESIGNS FtlRNTTURE CARPETS DRAPERIES • WAUPAPER Bt priem In Nevada SLEEP SH01> ^ 6790 Boulder Hwy., LAS VEGAS 220 N. Boulder Hwy. HENDERSON 565-5911 • HOUSEPAINtiNG Interior & exterior, over 20 yrs: exp. Republicans 10% Dis-1 count Ph 435-3151 Brakedrnms A rotors resarfaeed. Custom liydriUcboMa.30eW roBt.Hite.lir.HoM. 66M111. lom wnyi, or worn leather. Call New Life Vinyl and Leather. For professional repair & restoration on any vinyl or leather or velour. 10 yrs exp and Mobile service ^1 come to you. 4S70900 SECOND HAND STORE, Bilmars, 27 Army St. Furniture 4 brass & tools MIsc We repair all makes models of appliances. $20 service call Guaranteed 30 days. Buy & sell all merchandise. Henderson 564-7367, or 641-6058. MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TO HAVE YOUR SWAMP COOLER serviced before hot weather. Call 2934447 BC. A CUSTOM PAINTINO. TINTING. WALLPAPERING, AND CABINET REPINISHINO htafar A Biteriar. ReMo• tial A OMnm(cUL Dty wall repairs. Aooouetieil eeiltaia A textured, weJla. Over 90 m cap. la Chkam area. NovMla Lk.^573. BondeiitA laaured. V George C. Bnioate 4Sft^ia. HANDYMAN -CALL VAN a Appliances • Auto Air Cond. •Carpentry & Cabinets NO JOB TOO SMALL 564^77 DRVWAU Bouldtr City Paint Conttr Contracting Sarvlce Uo. No. 0080000 Serving Boulder CHy, Henderson A Surrounding Areas •COMMBRCIAL ^>RltlDINTIAL •iNouarmAL On $He Colour Coneulting CALL FOR FRII ItTIMATn CoaipeUtnfe PrlelnQ Ue/nff QueHty Quarenteed" Wenjemln Moore Produete Your Home A Property With Affordable Quality I63t NovAda Hwy. (Marahill Plan) m-2m sniBBirs im & wmi REASONABLE 4 PROFESSIONAL iMORK •564-9116 952E. Lake Mead 09k!D MOMS SBRVIOB Your Home Town Prof—elonmlo No Job Too 8meH •Yardwork and Clean-Up •Maintenance •General Handyman Qumnt—d QuMty Work % Untor Olacounl Frt* entlmat— L. 4606 0 293-4556 ^or T>ecor Interior Degign Janet Qvlalu (702)45M013 BuilacM Lie. # 000110O00-2 HMLMa4ryJI BeoMeleaiilaf -Loirast J lal aa oaU 564^927 Stats Lk. •OOaiM7 BondMlMid Insiirad 10 Yrs. bpsrlMict In Nevada Morrison £teHM/C^ LM Morrison Mika Morrison Offica B64-6185 825 Charry Handarson. NV 89015 •ADD-ONS •QARAOI CONVimiONt •RIPAIRt •NIW CONSTRUCTION inoHLY coMPmnvK lum OUH If TW nAU IM tOULOm CITY Q.A. "CURLY" SMITH CONSTRUCTION IN THI DOMI 293-1613 CARPENTRY WORK •Concrete •Electrical Senior Diaoount CallS644862 IKOZAL'S TRAVEIJ CONNECTIONS 1 • Computwi?d I Fre Dliv:y VKalion Tril I Aw Lin TckH Alwaya AcCuraU I A Ellabeth Konl ^ I Manager • I ^ TW-m 1004^ .1 ^^^^ "^"^P ^"^^P _^^^^ AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE uc. ii4a4i CallH.T.C. LawmCan^* .Ridlial A OoauMreiall Tfaii^*frf pf"g ^8pniiUr Repair and InataUattoo. ^CIeaii up, Tlutch, FortiliH & Razeed. FRSE BffmiAnS M S64^741 BRICK-BLOCK CUSTOM^ WORK Nevada Uc 24144 14 na euMriaaee THOMPSON'S COOLER SERVICE A HOME MAINTENANCE.na! eatfaiatae. 80M842. WILL CLEAN YOUR 5ARAGE FOR $15. plus anything of value. Ph' 564-5189 anytime. Home repair & remodelling Anything m ttie home or yard. We'll work within your insurance claims. 25 yrs exp Wofk guaranteed. Nolan Bloom. 565-3196. Blakeley Construction Lie No 0025913. Will repair any damage. $15 tee for bid Refundable if awarded pb 565-9043 HENDERSON'S [ FEARSON MASOM •453-1869 •565-3065 209 Fotttr Av. Henderson, Nev. 89015 Jack Pearson -ea U ^^irCoM DitiOMiNG HEATINO AND SHEET METAL •HMI Pump Ctrtifitd •Mainttnance Contracts •Evaporattvt Coolert • BouldarClty* • LatVagaa* •Sarvie* A Installation •RasMantlal Cofflmarcial •Air Sytttffl Datign •Naw Constnjctlon •Rafnooaia •TATiucnnifaeMe (702)293-4757 i*p iss3a ALL-BRITE CLEANING Carpet, Furniture, & Drapery Cleaning Free Estimates 734-8969 itSati^action Guaranteed Licensed. Bonded, & Insured EAQER BEAVER LandKapa A Lawn Malntenanco ComtnercW CompMa I wrtw^apa Reflpvsttons Log Edging-<(Mp Waterii'lO SyrtaiTW natO'lMao A BaoMioa Sentoa iwnwvou vouarMaurai 564-5374 nUMSE BIIILDER8 OP NEVADA Free E*naree Lc. f 134S7 NwmCmaUmeUm 6A7 CaHretBie SL leare • AM-1 PM DeUy I AMI* AM Sal. auiii ummnu DePM.Hk m JOHN'S HANDYMAN SERVICE It It n—4a fbdng, IwUlflMlt Ceirpontry, Kloet^l, Pmlnting, Phunblnft • to* • • ^Qumrmnt—dWork CMJohn 369-8417 BOULDER CONCRETE WANTS TO MEET YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND OUAUTY WORKMANSHIP CALL MICK CASEY BOULDER CITY 293-1571 HOWARD HELDERLJEIN CONSTRUCTION Conunercial—Residential—Remodela and Additions License 021013 565^74 WMEKirr fliMUty work that will besHtlfyyowbomsLie. A Bonded. Preo itimates. Residsatid CUSTOM MAILBOXES WELOOffi REPAIR WEATHERVANE8 (FUlUiic Wonu) CtUIUIPBRT 566^119 AARON FENCINO,' PrMbthnatae I attain Link A Wood I Faneino 20 Years Exp. -^ PH. 4S1-t190 ,; _StmLic.1fiMt_ij.: Ava SSSflSISSS on yar next hdne, idven, of lefMae SAVI SSStSIfSS on your OUttOfH hOflW 6A. ^'Cufty' Siiiltn Construction m* tM-isii IMS a iU/flMMriFiBRMiniV Just came out of rebramenl and need the worii No job too amaB or too large. Commeroal & residential. Rnla A Miehaal Tharp Ph 702-1-372-8353 UcWo. 00a741 3S9-9377 T i I HLBM.U.Ii i ll I THE SALVATION ARMY IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FURNITURE AND CLOTHES. PLEASE CALL THE SALVATION ARMY PICKUP AT 649^23746^ j DOIT, RmOMTIAL A COMMBRCIAL •AddMons, •flamodal or'Rapair Ue. No. 14492. Ph. 293.42I4 T SWAMP COOLER SERVrtCe Mb,tl.Chanaat24.ComnwQW ana irHlustnal ooonrs nttra. AidcWonal ports & liter oKtra. Sontor Clliz8r\ Otooount. 20 % on Labor. In buinass 5 yrs. Hdn resident 20 yrs FRANK MARWOOD'S COOLER REPAIR 585-7107 WofV guaranteed It an. •tocMe. 99CWny 9^9* local referNot a aUtc •TBACTOK QBADINQ •00NCMTB8AW CUTTINO •CONCKSn FINISHING — RaaaoaaUe Rttm — 293-9943 FRANK'S TV 9 APPLIANCE SALES 9 SMVICE J^ In homo aarv l aa oaH AUMMVOX ayilfAMU PfMLCO iTAiiiujimrarAnow 698-7468. SliWING MACHINES & VACUUM CLEANERS RffPAlRED Sorensons 1664 Nev. Hwy 293-3770 BC CAREY^S CARKT & f^DRNITURE Fret Estimates JIFFY f RIM LAWN CARE "We WMk WkOa roe PIv" 8TEVI HEOLANO 565-1 593 — CERAMIC TILE — Expsrt nia kistsHation. 9 yrs. exp. Lst sn sxpert do it. Rpairs also. LsborOnly I J992311 or2939SAikfar Jimmy | 22 PIECCtI $6QA00 NQBiCpui i-yjtjiji PAUtfTlNG •atd •cwiifc WE DELIVER NO EXTRA CHARGE! 6',9C905 384 6781 230S E Liik* Ud I2t 7 S Main Si Open rllr 9 6 •: ul S S 30 'Ci OSED SUN B.C. CANVAS SPECIALTIF6 Specializing in Custom Ekiat Canvas ~ Custom Canvas AsuppBos Csnvaa Prodiiota >^ ac Canvas tpadaltioa Co. 1108 Nevada Hwy. BC ... .2M-4609 HOMB REPAIR DRYWALL UOINBRD 599-9992 EARL'S TYPEWRITER REPAIR Specializing in IBM and Smith/Conoa T^pewritm Free in shop tttiaiMtm 607 Federal 665^230 Uc. #01806786 IN8TA CLEAN MAOy JANirORIALSERVia Professional cleaning ^a^ vice for residential and oonrtmerctal All phases of goneraf cleaning covered tnbkxiIng carpel cleaning, waX/ ceilings washed. Acoustical tilea cleaned. 2]3316 Licensed-Bofxied-lnsured U8.ii..iiiB7 C9ll 293^99 CARPEt YOUR WMOUB HOUSEII WKii Ho Do^pm PaymoMi Up la M M s ntt s Ta Pay tiJ$9 A^Jk Compisie Home Needs The FUWNTURE WAREHOUSE SSNSNM TNf OOMMtMITY SStCf 1S4S 2540 E. Charleston Boulevard ?9?-7053 DRYWALL Aecoustic sellings, ipffvyvv Off r99pff9y9a> Tsps An' drywriLWi yrseip. Pioo 493-2900 COMSI IDCTMHI 19. •Corryrtsrela) •Raaidanttal •AddMona 2M-7708 LJcMorisa I fiMNjr. May 24. 19M Hsadsrios Horns Nsws, Nsa^snsa; NsrsAsjPsgil^ OFPOHTUNmes AIDE $4 25 HR Looking (or mature gal to care for sidsrty man in private home. Oiffarsnt shifts avaHabls. Call today. NEVER A FEE CAREERS PLUS TEMP 795-1055 1055 E Tropicana steiao COPIES-D. tiheni yoursslf, or drop then off and we'U do them for yov, open 8 •.ni.-6 p.m., Mon. Fri. Bee's Business ssrvice, 627 Hotel Plaaa (at the Village), B.C. 293-4556. AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Flight Attendants, Travel Agents, Mechanics, Custo mer Service, Listings Salanesto$105K Entry level positions CaH (1) 805687-6000. Ext A-5895 NEW DEVELOPEMENT ENGINEER Salary: $35,190.00-S42,773 00/yr. (Subject to PERS reduction) Requirements: Graduation from a four-year college with major course work in Civil Engineering and five (5) years of progressively responsible, diversified experience incivil engineering, including one (1) year in supervision, or any equivalent combination of education and experierKe. Special Requirements: Must possess, or be able to obtain, registration as a Civil Engineer in the State of Nevada within one (1) year of date of hire. Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a class 3 Nevada dnver's license, and satisfactory driver record WHERE TO APPLY. City application form and personal resume must be submitted to the Personnel Department, City HaH, 243 Water St., Henderson, NV, 89015, and must be filed no later than Thursday, June 2, 1988, at 5:30 p m HOURS OF OPERATION: 7:30a.m.-5:30 pm., Monday through Thursday. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Accepting resumes for p^ste-up/lay out person. Ex}erience necessary. =teferances required. Write Action Ads, 527 Hotel Plaza. Boulder City 89005. Vend National Sales Leading Candies, Nuts. Gums, Mints. Novelties, in routes uang Advanced Machines, Superior Locator-Trainers. Requires Car. S5.000.00, reliability Call Business Hours 1800-354-8363 NEED A BABYSITTER? I will babysit days or graveyard, my home, 1 wk old to ??? Please call 564-8269 anytim e. ________ Hou'secleanin'g, we clean it alii Ovens, windows, floors, walls. Guaranteed "Motherin-Law Clean Call Judy. 5647 163. Babysitting, my home. 24 hrs • day Any age. Hot meals Call 565-8471 or 564-8358 SUMMER CHILDCARE 4 yrs & older. $10 a day Mon'Fn Lake & park tnps. Mignon 2930864 ; Former preschool teacher' will care for your child in my home Mon through Fh. Call 5642446 ^ If you're looking for TLC, I will watch your children anytime. All meals inlcuded Reliable references reasonatile rates. Call 293-5848. Babysfitter neededT? We will take care of your children in our loving homes. Individual attention & creative activities provided. Call 565-7485 oi 565-0823 between 8 am & 9 pm. Ground level Boulder Hills Condo> S bdrra E bathPool' 2 Bdrm Overland CondoUpgraded & nicely decoratedIncl appliances. • S3-iSD0. Newest Mouse on the Street IbSD sq fti 3 Bdrms 5 bath on corner lot. • TISiSOO 8 owner will help finance!!! mS sq ft 3 Bdrra B 1/5 ba Block home centrally located. —— • ISiDOD3 Bdrm E Bath immaculately kept hone on cul-de-sac. It32 sq ft manufactured home features open floor planV 2 Bdrms I 3/M bath. Magnificent unobstructed view of Lake Mead! Split level Lake Terrace Condo. Owner will help finance!! Ib3l, sq Custom h E car ga ina Highland Bdrm S bath pool • 3 Bdrm E bath super-custom home in secluded cul-desac b* car garage! Exclusive: 3 Bdrm E 1/E ba 3 cai; garage. Luxurious custom located in prestigious subdivision. Efl7-iQD0 Beautiful 3 S car garai land custo ,a^ a JBathi ina HighCustom home building lots in Lake Terrace-i Lake Head View, B-Hill. Call for Hap. Environs Realty will soon be BOULDER DAH REALTY Vstch for our new signs!! CALL8A.M.-6P.M. [i Cari Cowaa, Broker 288-1488 Mu AsUMHgh 2884408 Mary Board 288-7254 EMea Lamb StromlMri 288608 Babysitting in my DAY% OhlLY Fenced play yard. CkMs to park. Mo8iar (X 2. OW Suns* Rd. walking distance to Hinman SchooT 564-7535 wkh nrsraawa. Oat NANCY at 8844168. HssAAwa. Expenenced mother of 1 will babysit your child. 0 to 1 yr old In my Highland HiflB home at reasonable rates. Can 564 0078 MAGICAL MAIDS Quality work at reasonable prtcaa. 283-1817 BC. WANTED-RELIABLE WOMEN TO WORK 5 nights each weak in my home. Dulios are minimal. Most ol har lima would be free to walch TV. read or slesp Own transportalkxi needed Call 283-2440 after 10 am BC WANTED MAtuRE LADY TO WORK SEVERAL HOURS IN MORNING OR EVENING. OWN TRANSPORTATION. REFER ENCES NEEDED CALL 293-2440 after 10 am BC Mobilr Homes py wH I ktm, amiaii tmpmA VBIa ,, rmMf metim. Park N^Aryail 8448 aM DUMs.SMna,lbtli.lMsefaainiB. A panh. sarporl 38 Baae baskos. spp fisa. Law itmm. Park rsat A pjrart appm 8606. 14X76,8 kdnn, 2 btk. aii iJeetric Move to lot of yow COVEHEO BOAT 8T0-. AGE. compiaia faneed, aacurHy. 837.00 morth. Cdi 2Sd^7738lo4:30Mon.ttu Fri. BC. n la Headsnoa, Snpavb 2 bdrm, 2 Mk. oeatra) air, dU wide. Losated fai famUy park. mnaatovsoTHSK HOMES ONE WAY M09Ui HOME SALES HeaaeLaradryE Servles -Loirast Aits~ au 664-4927 INSTA-CLEAN MAD/ JANrrORIAL SERVICE Prdessionat cleaning service fcx residenttal and commercial AH phaaee a< ganoral cleaning covered InckJdIng carpet cleaning. waN/ ceilings washed Acoustical tiJes cleaned. 293-3316 Looking for someone to give your child some TLC? i^other of one w/plenty of experience Will babysit in my home. Section 27 area. 564-5251 Babysitting, my home Mon through Fri 6 am to 6 pm Full or part time availWe. Walking distance to Fay Galloway. 564-8161. FOR SALE 14X66 Broad more 2 large badrms, l ba Appliances, new carpet, paint, many extras Very good cond. Clubhouse, swimming pool (55) Ouiet area Gingerwood Adults only $21,750. 293-2622 or 564 3826 B C. Villa Hermoea family sacfkxi. 78 Champion. 14X70. 3 bdrm. Vh bth. $15,500. Days 791-3125. eves 564-6528 FOR SALE 1970 TOWN AND COUNTRY MOBILE HOME 12 X 52 2 BR Beautiful yard Moore's Mobile Home Adult Park 701 Elm Sp 68 Exc cond To see contact Richard at Sp 70B BC Uatinga waoted. Let as "V3^aM4lg- for/wtOsBOssW-y P5f^ SALE 2 bdrm 1 bath. 10 X 50 mobile home. Comes with central air. 10' X 10' shed 85.000. 293-2474 B.C. B.C. MEM! HEM SUM nil E8ia8 99Mi 1878 BAmWMTONtl-three bedroom, two bath. 24X60 Excellent ConditionI $41,950 1877 PIMMA-three bedroom two bath-Pnce reduced to $24,800(1 MOOflC'8, 1878 CHAMPION-14X44, 1 bedroom. 1 balh-fumahed -$18,900 1880 TAMARCK-2 bedroofn, 1% balh-furniahod -$26,500 289-1818 EP 291-9217 HANDYMAN CTVnAL de irerh fr Mefatte CUSTOM BUILT FOR WATERBES). OvmiMil Factory naaadaf. DOUBLE WIDE PACTOBY REPO. WUIaMvetfaeeMary. ABANDONED RKPO. Ne^Kvadia. PMaf orM>(Her*MBt te aMrr* la. BANK NBED6SOMEONE TO ASSUME HUGE I BDRM. 2 BATH, wei bar. IMF MMLD HOMES YOUR WAYI CONTBMPORARY HOUSING COL BMi I. BoiiMar Hn TWO 1 bslh ly room and dining roomipdated Utckea. eaparate f amif dy $79,500 Reduced to $69,600. 1,800+ sq. ft. MANUFACTURED with car|iort,'wet bar, 2 full batba, lovely landscaping, in Lake Mtn. Esta. Price Reduced to 9nrt*F4ni> ,6 2 bedroom, */* batb, ADULTS only Condo, w/completciy new Utchcn. waUpaper, call io see. $57,000. CORONADO ESTATES. Double wide wHb extra room and FIREPLACE, mast aee: $72,772JS0. -.^ BEAUTIFUL desert landscaping, eommnahy pool dubbouac A epa doae by, aU only aix nulea from Lake Mead. $86,000. CLEANASAWHISTLF MENT or STARTER hoi [ 2 bedroom. 1 batb RETIRE: eet parking, ONLY $65,000. MOUNTAIN VISTA 2 bedroom. A must see. Priced for quick sale. $63,600. *^ THREE BEDR66M VA batb on tree-fined atreet aenai^ftaa park. 1,200 aq. ft. $86,500. VIEW OF Lake Mead from this double wide modular home wHh nice finished storage hiom. $100,800. OVER 3,700 aq. ft. home, ovrlooking Boulder City and the Valley, needa aome attention but the poasibilitiea arc onUtanding. Two rireplaces. ovcraized 2 car garage, privacy, Urge pUated atriam opcaing onto iagroond pool, CALL TO SEE. 8186,500. BOLDER 2 Bodrooa HOME, with Cueat Hoaae, feaced yard and OFFSTREET parking, centrally ktcated. ONLY $75,008. A HOME for the Begianiag OB the BetMa-a potUe bom doae ta evcrythiag at a |ioe that's affordable. New Utckea aad Bathroom iaatalled. ONLY $74,660. LAKE MOUNTAIN ESTATES, mobile home with VIEW of LAKE MEAD, many upgrades, 2 bdrm, l'/ bath, carport Price REDUCED, must seU $85,000. LATE MTN ESTATES, Like New, lived in approximately SIX months, covered deck, walk around sun porch, workshop or storage room, RV ParUa^, VERY negotiable, starting at $90,000-wbcre will we end npTTf CHARMING, bright A r^ baaement, private back >* Idroom, 1 bath koOM, w/partial ^e to everything. $76,000. BOULDQLCmr BUILOINO LOTS BaBdyeartka—keg^I^nfcknIahsMsadeel baOdtac let 8188Jll^ Approxiasately 2 aeias. ktcated oa "B" klli, Lyaa Driro. 8II81OOOI DOUBLE BUILDING LOT ootataading view potential. BOTH lou as one ONLY 886,000. LEVEL LOT-Baady to baild, Lakevi^ CUieae 81084M0i H acre prime Caatam Homo Buildiag Let. • $46,088.08 WE GET RESULTS! PUT MO. 1 TO WOBK W)W YOW seen offwe Indepandantly owned 8 JANICE CRAWFORD. Owaar tSUm MEL DUNAWAY. Bnkar 244SB UNITTE DAVIS 218-1887 DIANNE VANA86B MMSI RICK LOWBLL 2SM084 RHONDA BECK 298-7878 R08E GALPERIN KJBiALrXr neSIDENTIAL ^ COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NCLOCATSm 0PEN7DAY8 564-( DETACHED GUEST HOME-Mafai konae baa 2 bedrooma, 1 bath, located OB a bffge kit Freably painted aad ready for yoa to move in. Walk to downtown area. CaU Breada Bird, 5848989. A:63672 ^ HORSE COUNTRY-With a great view (rf the valley and niee enstom honea aO aroaad. Vi acre bit ia Sactka 27 jnat waiting for yon to baild your dream borne. Owner wlU ewryl CaU Brenda Bbd. 5648989. T:36999. LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION-Prime commerdal on Bould^ Highway, high traffic count easily acceaeible, aext to car dealership. Call Breada BM, 684888B. HIGHLAND HILLS LOCATION-Bring the famUy, 4 bedrooos. 1.76 batb plua family room witk fireplace. Waaber, dryer, refriger a tor, 7 ceiling fans, and satoUtte disb all stoy, central air plas piggy back swamp cooler. Park and acbool near by. Aak for Jane Kodk, 5648869. G-Ji7807. WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME-Plenty of rooa for big, comfortable chairs and sofa to gather around the ckamdng fbaplace, the entire family can ait down aad eat together in the Utckea aad Dad wfll bive tke overaised garage. Big yard for the Uda to play ia, tkreie bedrooms, 2 bath. Soper buy, only $79,900. Aak for Fred or EUe Knapp, 564969. P:57210. CIRCLE THIS AD-Yoa will waat to aee this special home! Pleaty of Itving area—4 bedroo ma 1.75 batba, family room aad large country kitchen. Nicely laadacaped PLUS a heated apa ia the rear yard. Great location aear Bcbools, churches aad shopping. Ask for Fred or Elbe Knapp. 5648069. M348e7. -^:--.• .TRUE BLUE TRANQUU. POOL AND SPA-Attractive decorated home with doable fireplace. 3 bedroom, 1.75 bath phmlauadry and storage room. ROOMY, READY A REASONABLE-Foar bethwoB. 2y> bath Cbiam Bravo has 1366 SJ*. aad is the loweat priced Bravo available. Priced weU halaw the aew oaaalt This home ia oa a qafat euMaae. with beaatifBl lad-pg d a hrge let Tranalar f•. ade, caU Wendy WiUtaam taNEED ROOM TO GROWr Don't CUmaValleJawMial for a grewias family. TUa 1 at RV parU^tf Tail flbmaa tUai idaw4l III An thai 8116844989 8:87383 DESIRABLE LOCATION-TUs 4 bedroom, 2Vt batb Chism Bravo ia jast what you're looUag for! Located oa a comer lot with large back yard and nice covered patio. To top It off h baa a great aaaamable kwa. What else could yoa aak for?? Well all appHaaeea sUy too. Hurry, thia one won't last!! Can ^aroa or Wendy today for detaOa. 5644t969s S:57234. TRULY A CREAM PUFF-Very aico three bedroom. 1.75 bath home, neat as can be, fenced yard. Priced right CaU Has WiUiams, 5844869. Z:58070. LOOKING FOR PLENTY OF RV PARKING? This 3 bedroom, 1.76 bath h ams, feaced yard, catc as caa be, dooe to acboeis and shopping. Aak for Tina WiUama, 5844868. P-.6188A CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN-Groat toeatkm for retiree or nice Btarter home, condo. 2 h i ^ as m ,l bath, baa it's own private patki. CaU TfamWiMiama. 6844669. V:66818. M-Z0NING,J8aaa party, valae ia kad. 1 ,8 rental a^ia on pew I, 8844888 A:5868S. DOUBLE WIDB-MaUie hsM, hi awMT wa cwry wItk ilaiitli Jiaapajmwl. 1.448 sqnare feet 66X188 hit CaU TtaM WlUams or Jaae Ko^k. 6844068. N:&6754 BRING YOUR SWIMSUTT-Yoa wiU enjoy yoor summer ia this bively pool/spa. Stay cool aadar the large coveted patia with cool deck slab. Three bedroom, 1.76 bath, large walk-ia doaet ia I car garage. euHieaae hKatioB. Lovely dsaa bonw. CaB Gay Pbelpa, 8844969 for pstea aad amae dsSafc CMW GOVERNMENT AOQUHBD PEOPBBTIBB-If yaa'ka I • the laaa. the hsya Wa'taaeam74Hfma\ • ^l I

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^ < • • ^l^iVP*il i. ^^^" • • MwmnaaMnMHM -*< • .Ptff It ltoa4rMB HMt Nwt. HndrMB, Ntvatft TMadiV, If]r H 11 FURNISHED DUPLEX (or ram vw^pool and laundry (acMaa. S8S Ave. LI42S mo • dlpctt. AvaM May 15 W>1C TOUBHTB 4 LOCALBi aa iMk Walkiaf itodLNeeaak-' iMLiOrfhr ii&;woii4r IlirilwilWir ntM I ailli E^dt nFOR FIENT 2 Bfl unfum apt' Adult Section. Carport $400 mo 2934832 BC FOR LEASE 2 BR UPGRAD, ED LA DOLCE VITA TOWNHOME$525Defmo 2932S89 Exi #14 BC TRAILER STORAGE, Mobile or Travel 15X40 Slab^ Private Party, Henderson Price open. 564-1648 4 BR 2 BA Lewis Home Avail June 10 $700 per mo 1st, last, plus sec Call 293-4729 BC 4 BDRM, 2 story, 3'/? batn, den, garage Fenced $695 AvailJunel, 293-3478. BC RoomterrenI SantorOMnn preferred Private entrance, bath, kitchen privileges Avail June 18 Ph565 9359 TWO BDRM, TWO BATH HOUSE IN B C unattached txlrm in rear Immaculate Has rose garden Very large family room Covered carport Very, Very nice AvailaWe June 1. $725 mo 293-0006 BC roil EENT: KitdMMttM. 145 wk UtUftiM pL Skady Rest Motel OUTDOOR STORAGFIN BOULDER CITY 4 per sq ft Fenced yard w/24 hr security From 100 sq ft to 3 acres Zoned CIvl Ideal tor small or large yard operation Ca 293-7763 Mon-Fn 8-430 BC Apt for rent $400 mo 2 bdrm, 1 lath Washer/dryer, Securi ty entry system Call 564-3288 or 362 0065 $265 mo 1 bdrm apt. Clean, new & quiet Ideal tor fixed income seniors or fixed m come Sunset Circle apts 3613876 rTV.AlMlll">M^ -' BOULDER CITY 2 bdrm. furn apt. Adutts aaolion, Carpoil S42S mo 293-4032 New 300U sq. ft shop warehouse, Sunset Rd between BIdr Hwy & Freeway. $1100 mo Ph 454-2009 Room for rent: B.C. Private non amoking mle. Linens, util (Umiihed. $175. Pfi 293-1718 omci SPACI MZMM LlocnM hsnginQ •565-3065 FOR RENT 3 BR 2 BA Lewis $800 per mo. RV parking Call 293-2939 Ask U Roger REALTOR tsk Tor CASTIUAN APTS. Very Nice 2 Bedrooms $420-$440 Monthly 294-1220 831 Ave. A Boulder City ADULT APARTMINTt As Low As $260 Mo. FumMMd 564-6952 OFFICEmETAIL SPACE For lease Approx 846 sq ft ea First Western Pia^a, 1000 Nevada Hiwy. B C $480 $550 mo 293-3596 or 293-2367 OPPICIS POR mNT From 250 tq. ft. Vtiy RMMNMM*. BouidM-TlMotro Bidg. 293-1283 BC. APARTMENTS AVAILABLE 1, 2, 3 bedroom units For Info call MS-IOIB or a04-0a77 a a.tn. to • p.m. 7 Days ) CAtA M AUCIA APTS MAM II APTS W ayartiiaei HENDERSON PLAZA APTS. TSOCoMorSt. Hondoraon, Novoda, 86S-7S12 2 bdrm., unfumlshod^ pool A play yard. Noar achools A ahoppktgT ft— Cablo TV. from S348 month W Bob Olsen Realty & Insurance Inc. 19 6 Wkttr St., Hmknm] i MODERATELY PRICED-AD Term. Considered Only $69,000 for ow IJSOO a^. h.SBrl 4 batka with ealaived heow on. large pool sised comer lot. Moat ap' pUaacM, apgraded featorM. LAKE VIEW LOT-AU atflMaa-fMdy, to boUd. 2.5 ACRES off LA. Hwy. $45,000 or offer Good Tcnu. AN EYE TO THE PUTURE-GOOD I>fVESTMENT-OOOD LIYINO S Br Brick HoMM oa Iwge CoonvcUri Zooed lot. Only $55,000. Good liviag sad good iDvastmcBt. Low iatanat laaa. Good Aawmptlea. 37 ACRES LARGE OR SMALL PARCELS-INDUSTRIAL ZONEDAO atiUtioa AvaOaMa. SPACIOUS HOME ON COUNTRY CLUB COURSE 0ar 4.001 aq. ft. 4 Br, 4 iii B i*i u wlk aal IKlt WdMa Oaaak. S REAL ESTATE jfHftlA^MKada nona, owmmng poo, spa, Indoor aauna. 189,900, CaN rtHf 8 PM 293-4/w BC. LolfbrsaleSacMonIO, 120 X 135, am imtm tMM*: 56 5'>613ava8o WBBKCIIOS. for sale: Pafinimp duplex, spacious, dean 2 bdrm units off Calvada Blvd Country club privHeges. Assuniablc M52ndat8Vk%10% With only $7000 down you can have poaitiva cash flow or liva in one unit for only $260 mo. Lai's talk a?a42 eves. Brand new home w/10 ft satellite dish Never lived in.' 1270 sq ft 2 bdrm, 2 bth, pick your carpet, t)lock wall, 1 car garage Tile ttiroughout kitchen & bath Sprinklers, automatic. Many custom leatures Too much to mention Can Steve, 361-6787, leave message House for Sale: 3 bdrm, 2full bths, Ig family rm, wood burning stove, fenced yard w/covered patio, new sprinkler system $58,000 Ph 564-5141 or 565-6905 Manufactured Home For Sale. ...By owner, 2 BR 2 BA m LOHO Mounaw) esMNaa, a private all adult community wtth pod, spa & ckjbhouse. Fantastic lake view witti 1896 sq ft Breakfast bar counter, pantry, large walk-in closet, and sitting room off Master Bedroom Snooker tat)le is available Must see to appreciate. Anxious to sell Reduced to $119,500. 507 Lake Havasu Lane, Boulder City (702)293-0620 Highland HHIs Home, 2 story Bravo, 4 bdrm, 2'/i bth, fenced, landscaped Clean & assumable VA loan, $89,900 Ph 565 1415 FOR SALE 1 acre, located on comer Arroya Grande St, and Aqua Lane 565 8893 2 bdrm, 1 bth, Henderson starter or rental Out of state owner w* be m town Sat, 5/21, to sell this good condition 2 bdrm home Nice floor plan, oversized 2 car garage FHA assumable loan. Presently rented—same tenant 3 yrs Call 564-3934 sives and leave message Owner will call you Sat AM to show. CondQ for sale by owner: 1,200 plus sq ft. All appliances, 3 bdmi, 2 full batn 9V?% assumable loan, no qualifying $5,000 down. Pymfs $606 mo Call' 5653227 Cool quiet mobile home on 1 acre, near Brian Head, Utah 3 hrs from Las Vegas, i Call 801 586-3141 • WANT TO KNOW what your property is worth' Free market analysis CaB ROGER 293 2939, Realtor Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty HIGHLAND HILLS BARGAIN $3,000 cash down, $750 mo. 4 bdrrn, 2W bth, move in corxJitwn Principals I'only. Impact Realty, 731 5556. This week's speaal. $2,000 cash down Monthly pymt betow rent 3 bdrm, 2 bth Pnncipals only. Impact Realty, 731-5556 CUSTOM TWO STORY. 4 bdrm, 3 ba. 2^00 M. ft. H acre lot. Priced below appr a iaal, will carry paper 29MS82. BC. FOR SALE sun porch 3 bdrm, new patnt, carpet and lineoleum. Priced to sell! Laureen REALTY WORLD DESERT SUN REALTY 293-2151 WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME? Cal for a free market analysts to Krxiw what your home is worth on todays market Call Evelyn Pkimb 564-5142 or 565-3723 or stop by CENTURY 21 JR REALTY, 204 W Pacifc, Henderson Heritage Vista Condo, price reduced to $66,900. MIer desperate All apptianoes stay Need quick sale. Century 21-JR Realty, ask lor Mary 564-5142 Of 564-7908 LCMI GREEN VALLEY-Coaatry QobCaatoa HoM Lat. Ready to baiM. Eaay Offlee Space For IMI IMUfNMIIMV! fH)rMlKSaotlon27,cudofTi homa. 3 bdrm, 1M Mi, 8 HfaplaoM, oovarad palio. ittacnad garage. Block wall, AMumana ^(]ua*y*no ^HA loan, Ph 805-8008 SACRIf^Eovara.OOOiq n, kit only, Famaalio view of lake Mead. Reduced to { $99,900. Owner Iteensee 293<1613 anytime Terms. BC $46SQ.nr.lNBOULDER77 Won't iaMI 4 bdrm 3 batti plus endoeed oarage. Plus large family room. flV parking. Desert landscapina. Lewis Home. $99,500 293-0006, BC. •too. "U Repair". Alw tax Wlnquert property. CaN 06-44.9533Eiri475for Info. "OOLP COURSE al baokl yard. 3 bdmi, 2 balh, garaga, low energy & upkeep. se5io ONE INDUSTRIAL BUItDINQ IN A CM ZONED DEVELOPMENT Locat^ at WOUB and Induatrial Rd. The 2,000 aq. ft. bldg. is all maaonry. 2 story deaign. Evap coolod with 400 Amp capability. The building has 2,000 aq. ft outitfda pavemanl. Stcnrage araa oould be converted into a building. 293-2202 or 293-1978 BC. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOU8E7 WE WILL BUY IT NOW? (^ 293-1613 QJL "Omit" dtb. lac fan nooa M COIVIMERCIAL CONDO FOR I SALE 600 aq ft Owner will I carry. Atk for Laureen I 293-2151 R6ALY WORLD | DESERT SUN REALTT FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR 1 BA Utility room and basement can be used as third liedroom and familyroom. New roof, new kitchen. $6e.P0O. Can 293-4610 BC. WHV F^Wt WMEN YOU I CAN BUY? Unsure of what | you can do' Put your rent dollars into equity in your own home! Let's get you prequalified at no cost to you. Call Evelyn Plumb, CfENTURY 21 JR REALTY, 564-5142 or 565-3723 or stop by 204 W Pacifk:, Henderson BgAUTIPUL •OULOillCITY VUwOfTIIIVa IKFmi QeW Cem y. l.i ao aq^n 3 eitra Ig. iNhiiia, S batna. Including a huMupatairs Niaater aulta. Nice pod a 1 car garage many mCALL STS-MIt CUSTOM HOME NEARLY COMPLETE 1,810sq ft,3bdrm, 2V2 bth, on Vi acre, zoned RE. Quality home includes dual pane windows, tile roof, 3 car fintstied garaged, circular driveway, and many more upgrades. Above Qoif Course, near Black Mtn. $111,900. Principals only CaU S73-9919 aia WATBK ST. HiNBKRaeN. HKVADA acoia COMMERCIAL DIVISI6M 9.46 AC—ladastrlal property in fast growlaf area of HemieraoB. 2.5 AC-R-1 property located oa Palo Verde IB HeBdenwB near LDS Chapel aad Baale High School. 13.8 AC-wlth 2.400 aq ft metal buildiflg located in Southeast Idaho will aell or coasider exchange for Soathera Nevada property. 2.03 ACoa Boalder HWY. Prime locatfcm approx. 329 ft. froBtage with 3 crb cU aad BMridtea et. Aloii. Adletaiag property 2 Jl AC. Approx. 27,000 sq. ft. of bidga. C 2 Zoning. i 2.16 AC \^nH 600* FRONTAGE ON BOULDER HWY. C-2 aoning ExcelleBt locatioa, heavy traffic connt. INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY ON SUNSET. Approx. 6.7 AC. east ef CaaMTOB. Fast GrawlBg Areal 10.46 ACRES OF PRIME INDUSTRIAL LAND Currently beiag used as a wrecking yard. Coatains office, storage buildings, and tire storage. BOULDER HWY. FRONTAGE .76 acrea of conn mcrdal with 200* of Headcrson Boulder Hwy. froatage. Located betweea two shoppiag centers. 1.82 AC. INDUSTRIAL Located on the comer of Athol and Warn Springs, ooe bloch off Boulder Hwy. Improved with 3 buildiags and fenced. MORE BOULDER HWY. lOO'X 125' lot in Headerson oa Boakkr Hwy. An atilitias la tito strest Allay access la rear. COMMERCIAL CENTER. 10 store shoppiag ceatcr oa busy Nellis Blvd. with high traffic count. One current vacaacy. Buildiug is one year old and in excelleat shape. ICONMERCIAL-IMDUSTRIAL-LAND-CONSULTING COMMERCIAL SPECIALISTS BT OWNER 4 bdrm or 3 and den. One Story Del Prado. Pool, spa 6 RV parking. $125,000. Assumable or 909b financing. CaU 293-4406. BC. OBX MBMBLL PBGGY COLB RETIREMENT SPECIAL-Two beikeoai, 1 bath foreaeycaaahou aeh eep ta gdsaw t laadecapedyatd, aad aaper large 2 car garage for veUdco A workshop-a best bay at 1644100. REDUCED, REDUCED-Highly apgraded 2 story home la Highland Hills—f oar bedroom, garage wHh workshop—BMay ameaitlea—call Jaelde for appt. 24' WIDE MOBILE HOME-^ iu lat-fow bedroo m —great for faadly—ch>ae ta achoela—Price drastically redacML Call Pat for details. GREAT A8SUMABLB LOAN ONTHIS DOUBLE LOT CUSTOM HOME IN SEC. 27-MoBatafaM to the froat, dty HghU to the rear. Two way fireplace, built-in spa—aU appliances A much, much more. HORSE PROPERTY-AwaH wtaaiag 3 bedroom mobile home oa ^ acre lot—eqaestriaa adighbarhood has a riding paddock. Ideal conatry locatloa-oaly momeaU to Freeway access. Call Eva for details. GREAT STARTER HOME-Nice three bedroom, one bath home—walking distsace to elsmeatwy school—unique one owner home—s best buy at oaly $49,950. Call Richie for aU details. Nevsda State Board Moaey is Available—Call Us For Details. FREE INFORMATION ON HOW YOU CAN BUY A "FHA" OR "VA" OWNED HOME. JR REALTY 204 W. Padfle 564-6142 Put your trust in Number One: Mil • and "•Cantury 21 Raal EstaM Corporation Equal Housing Opportunily woawaofMUY oWNeo ANO onwm WsBt to live in luxury? This hom is perfect from the tile roof to the strawberries A roses. Taateful decor. 3 bdrm, 2 bth, lush carpeting, oak cabinets, RV psrkiag. Truly elegant. Qwaer wants smaller $90,000. Move right into this kively 3 bdna, Isrge country Utcben. Rehab, better than new home. Sprinklers, trees, $69,600. TROnCANA REALTY 565-9272 or 456-4040 Ask for Dale HANDS TIED FOR LACK Of CASH? INSTANT CASH lat.. 2nd., 3rd MORTQAQES-TRUST DEEDS TnMt 0900 PTOMMIW wenaaoLVE KOZAL's 736-7006 or 970-0486 COLOUieU. BANKCR U RUUMI M9-B7S7 umtaaMamamammamamM When you demand the best from yourself, you have a right to expect the same from others. FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 br, 2 ba. home on quiet cul-de-sac, close to schools. Al. siding, new paint & appliances. Asking $87,500. Ph. 293-5898 after 4 pm. B.C. BY OWNER SfMckMJt custom 4 BR BC honw. Newly romocMsd wid upQfwtod. Pool, mountain view. Double garage. Fireplace. Great for entertaining ineide and out. Many amenltiee. 293-2660 BC. BEST LAND BUY -BY A DAMSTBIh4.6 acres across the street horn Dome Realty Development. Plans included 345' Frontage!! $450,000 DOME REALTY 110 Mavada Naiy.. aa-11B anyema m QARRETT-QREATER NEVADA PROPERTIES, INC. 854 Nvada Highway m] 293-3333 '^ PRICE REDUCED—Prcatigioaa Custom Lakeview home. High devatioa firaa view of mawatalwa. vailcya. Flexible floor plan doai g aed for aO M^ tmmlimiB. Dark ckorry-flaished beam cdUng creataa diatinetHa ttmmttktf. ITiNwaiia nae of fine woodwork. Four BR, 1% BA. OOSNEl LOT faroMtam bM with view of Lake Mead, movntaios. ^'•• • f* Ai tity aarvtaaa. Laia ahada tiaaa and atoae walk ghre priracy. Plona^ring, Raal Ettata Slnca 1947 Etton M. QarraU, brokar 293-2839 Frad Dunham 293-1318 Mxpmrttwd Propmriy Mmnmgmnwnt U9iwlth U9 for motion SUPER STARTER HOME with 2 bodraoaw, IVi batha, dea or posaible 3rd bednn, 1 car garage. Ready to move into. $77,900. DONT PASS UP THIS HOME, SEE TODAYI Foar bwlrooma, 1V batba, famfly room, apgraded carpeting, beantifuUy landacaped. S109,900. BUY NOW & ENJOY SUMMER two atory VUla Del Prado home, extra large lot, pool, RV parking $139,900. PARADISE IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD weU maintained Lewie home with 4 bedrooms, V* bathe, laundry area, 2 car garage. $100,900. LARGE CORNER LOT with secluded patio eofrounded with tall Italian cypreaa. lots of parking, storage/workshop are just aome of the featnn^ of this mobile home in adult estates. Two bedroom, family room, foraial dining, 2 batha. inside laundry. $96,000. DEL PRADO TWO BEDROOM-One owner and shows TLCI Heated pool and spa, comer lot, EZ maiteaaace, assumable 8.5% VA loan. $86,600 includoa one year home protection plan. OVERLOOKING the dty on over Vi acre four bedroom custom homa. Family room with atrium, fireplace and wet bar, walk-in pantry, exer€Mt room, game room and lots more. Shown by appt only, call Katie to seel $460,000. YOUR FAMILY WILL ENJOY LIFE in this 4 bedroom, 2Vii bath, custom home, in a beautiful B-Hill actting. Stone fireplace b family room, large master bedroom, exercise pool and spa, arc amoag the maay advantagsa. Redaosdl $176,000. LOWEST PRICE IN AREAI $74,600 for 2 badroom 2 bath hi adult mohUe hoBie eatatao. &Z laadaeape to —*i can leave for summer and ao worrioa. GREAT PRICE ON THIS MOBILE HOME with view of mountains and sooM view of lake. Two bedroonu, 1 '4 baths, maintenance free desert landacaping and ample parking. $87JiOO. A HOME YOUR FAMILY WILL LOVE. 3,970 a^. ft. 6 bdrms., 2Vi batha. Pool and q^ plaa R.V. parUag. $199,600. LAKE TERRACE TOWNHOU8E-3 bedroom 2 fall bath, aae of pool, spa, taaais coarta, two car garage. $128,900. v/ 'I MOBILE HOME ADULT AREA OVERLOOKING THE LAKE. ''rilll^'*'*''** • '*'***^'^ "'•P'**'"^ "*<^ ai. tOOAM. RESIDENTIAL INCOME PROPERTY Two I lbathhoaaa,plna detached stadio apartment. $77,600. Call for dataib. BUY TODAY thia axoallsat vahM. Poor plex located eaatraOy, waH mi^ taiaad aad has axiatiBg FHA loaa. $102,000. EXPECT THE BEST COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY 501 Nev. Hwy., B.C. Call 24 hrt 293-5757 TOLL FREE 1-600-453-1860 Ext. 310 r 0Md aMl Opiratod MMfev if CiUiidl • Mhv iMUalW AOataiM. IM -^-=ji Mv H 1988 EVERYBODY ^ 's FSBO REAL ESTATE iSi 1 aaaLalaaflad {aa ahaaM ladar CaO fmnmrrmiaxM. AdaltriaiTi fill • hi BaaMw CKy. I badtanM. IH kaiha, RMit MNiaa. lab MMOO r mair lb.' BEST WY11LAKEMTN. ESTATES Mutt rtloeatt. Bautlful new 1988 •HvarorMt 2 bdrm 2 ba. InoludM many upgradaa. Nloa vlaw from poroh. Oulat atraat. Drywali finlahad. Extra Inauiatlon thruout. 1,244 aq. ft. Full 1 yr wa^ ranty from manufaotura. told ntffv for $97,000. Priod to aaH at $88,800. By ownar. Call Jan to aaa. 203-1027. BC. PRK8IDINTS CLUB MILLION DOLLAR CLUB Joaie OI)D. Q.R.I, REALTOR RBSIDBNTIAL SPBCIALIST RES. (703) JACK MATTHeWf REALTY IP YOa ARB THINKING OF LISTINQ, CALL THE ORBEN VALLEY SPBaALIST, J08IE OLSON Spaeiallzing In Handaraon Propartlaa For Nina Yaara OTYUtH CU6T0M 3 BORM 2 BATH Family room a Formal IMng room aolar Pool ft Spa Naar Hoapltal ft Shopping tiaS.SOO BY OWNER •04 Montara Lana a.C. 203-49e4 293-6014 dt ASSOCIAflT IS2S Ariaeaa Street •Boulder City, 89005 HOMI-LAND^BtJSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS PROPERTY MAN AGEMENT BOuiDHl JB!W X: MARINA DRIVE CUSTOM-View lake from one of the fineat crafted homes in town. Over 4,000 sq. ft. includes nuin living suites and guest or housekeepers quartan. 3 car garages and RV parking. Call for more info. SAN FELIPE COURT Has privacy plus. OverlooliB dtjr and mountains, yet secluded with decorative lighted block walls. Covered patio area for large parties. Indoor living area has almost 2,700 sq. ft. w/4 bedrooms. 2V4 baths. Basement family room. 3 car garage and covered RV parking. $276,000. I SELL/LEASE OP^N. On golf course, 4 hdrm 2^1 bath. OverZ/^'^Aft. Livhig area plua 2 car garage. Has ^^€0^^ '^^r bedroom overlooking golf courac^i^^^ced $149,600 or try lease optioni EXTRA SPACE is what this 4 BRl V4 BA family home has. $107,500. LAKE MTN ESTATES over 1,700 sq. feet. OverkwUng Lake Mead. Comer lot. $121,960. LARGE HOME ON PINTO 4 bdrm, 2>/i hath, over 2,100 sq. ft. Uving area $99,600. REDUCED GROUND FLOOR CONDOBoalder Square, 2 bdrm condo, newly carpeted, conveniently located. Priced at $67,600. CORNER LEWIS garaga. Mov4a 6^ BRlV4bath.2car 109.000. FRONT PORCH CHARM Roaa bushes, shade tree, 3 BR 2 BA familyroom. 3 car separate garage. $80,600. READY TO MOVE Income property 6 unite. Maha offer, tradet for ducka, horaea, motor home, out of stete property, etc. Call Bart Hyde. CONDITION CONDITION Thia one is greati 6 year yoang 2 BR 1V BA $974100. I HISTORIC PERIOD BRICK One of a Und. Complete w/haaenaat. 4 BR 2 atory on private kaoU in heart of town wMew of lake. $189,600. MARITA HASP00L3BR W* BA Familyroom. RV parUag. AU for $112.0(1). DON^ MISS THIS 4 BR IV4 BA 2 car garage Froit trees, roae gardaaa, outdoor lighted patio laadjr for apa $108,300. LAKE MEAD VIEW Baantiful boildiBg lot ea khaeida al VUla Oraade WSJOfVL RENTALS AVAILABLE 2 4 3 BDRMS CaU for FREE MARKET ANALYSIS of year home. •i (Pat Baiateart .2084040 Aalta Hyde 293-2144 ^Uada Kwfmaa 2834008. BebLaageria 2834168 > Jerry MarahaU 294-1688 AathoayWtata 293-7969 Bartoa Hyde, Broker 293-2144 2 oaf oarage, Ce idl^i SPOTLESS INSIDE AND OUTIt-Beaatifal 8 bedreoa ewtea, H of parkiag, laadeeaped, feaced, large couatry Utchea, pleaty el aU terma wiU be eoaalderedl $1094NI0. BACK ON THE BfARKBTII-Ont ct etate • 1% bath, hage cal-deaac lot, 2 car garage with i locatioa toell $66,000 AFPORDABLEII I ta backyard end I A GIVE AWAY PRICCtt-WeO kept, a pgr aded, 8 h sdrsa^, IV* balft. 8 aae garage, landacaped, eeOsr aMtlvated, no qualifyiag, low iatereet leaa, er aow Haaaciag. Priced to seU $64,900. INVESTOR SELL OUTII-Nies 4 bedroom, 2 fuO hatka, f sat kwatioa, covered parkiag, with adiBtioaal storafe esea, aa owner will help with the fiaaadag by way of aegotiaUe dewa appraiaal prieedlll INSTANTLY APFEAUNO-Beaadfal hoam b a adet eaMaaae. A 81 2 bath teith e etey dowB HviiV roeai aad flreplaea. Beaattfal kkdhea wMk a ssr> aer wiadow ever aiak wych adda late of Ugkt Iwtk teae deear, varilad a* lags far a apedoaa fesl^. HoaM is tte aew. Yaa win laea Ikb SM. Cdi a see today. MULTI-ZONED PROPERTY-Knee 8 klfcila^ 1 R-2 with poteatial iiiiwaiaiiial Pliasd to ssB sM fast NEEDS A LITTLB TLC—Matare I I e little work. Located la dM Traet 11 OOMMBRICAL PE0PIKTY-2ir el with excelleat poteatiaL Call today for i C-8 We Service Our Listings and.. a Guarantee It!! 18 Water Ste (702) 564-2515 ffflgri EACM orncE n INDEKNOCNTU ammo ANoonaATm -^— I r t M' • ^ ''^r-^ I iiT^sp_iniB,i"afffe?tH'.7>'HWP'W"nTT^BlfW^Bl| ^^^ WHW^-UJWWff^'-W.W'^'f^'^^,''^^

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^ < • • ^l^iVP*il i. ^^^" • • MwmnaaMnMHM -*< • .Ptff It ltoa4rMB HMt Nwt. HndrMB, Ntvatft TMadiV, If]r H 11 FURNISHED DUPLEX (or ram vw^pool and laundry (acMaa. S8S Ave. LI42S mo • dlpctt. AvaM May 15 W>1C TOUBHTB 4 LOCALBi aa iMk Walkiaf itodLNeeaak-' iMLiOrfhr ii&;woii4r IlirilwilWir ntM I ailli E^dt nFOR FIENT 2 Bfl unfum apt' Adult Section. Carport $400 mo 2934832 BC FOR LEASE 2 BR UPGRAD, ED LA DOLCE VITA TOWNHOME$525Defmo 2932S89 Exi #14 BC TRAILER STORAGE, Mobile or Travel 15X40 Slab^ Private Party, Henderson Price open. 564-1648 4 BR 2 BA Lewis Home Avail June 10 $700 per mo 1st, last, plus sec Call 293-4729 BC 4 BDRM, 2 story, 3'/? batn, den, garage Fenced $695 AvailJunel, 293-3478. BC RoomterrenI SantorOMnn preferred Private entrance, bath, kitchen privileges Avail June 18 Ph565 9359 TWO BDRM, TWO BATH HOUSE IN B C unattached txlrm in rear Immaculate Has rose garden Very large family room Covered carport Very, Very nice AvailaWe June 1. $725 mo 293-0006 BC roil EENT: KitdMMttM. 145 wk UtUftiM pL Skady Rest Motel OUTDOOR STORAGFIN BOULDER CITY 4 per sq ft Fenced yard w/24 hr security From 100 sq ft to 3 acres Zoned CIvl Ideal tor small or large yard operation Ca 293-7763 Mon-Fn 8-430 BC Apt for rent $400 mo 2 bdrm, 1 lath Washer/dryer, Securi ty entry system Call 564-3288 or 362 0065 $265 mo 1 bdrm apt. Clean, new & quiet Ideal tor fixed income seniors or fixed m come Sunset Circle apts 3613876 rTV.AlMlll">M^ -' BOULDER CITY 2 bdrm. furn apt. Adutts aaolion, Carpoil S42S mo 293-4032 New 300U sq. ft shop warehouse, Sunset Rd between BIdr Hwy & Freeway. $1100 mo Ph 454-2009 Room for rent: B.C. Private non amoking mle. Linens, util (Umiihed. $175. Pfi 293-1718 omci SPACI MZMM LlocnM hsnginQ •565-3065 FOR RENT 3 BR 2 BA Lewis $800 per mo. RV parking Call 293-2939 Ask U Roger REALTOR tsk Tor CASTIUAN APTS. Very Nice 2 Bedrooms $420-$440 Monthly 294-1220 831 Ave. A Boulder City ADULT APARTMINTt As Low As $260 Mo. FumMMd 564-6952 OFFICEmETAIL SPACE For lease Approx 846 sq ft ea First Western Pia^a, 1000 Nevada Hiwy. B C $480 $550 mo 293-3596 or 293-2367 OPPICIS POR mNT From 250 tq. ft. Vtiy RMMNMM*. BouidM-TlMotro Bidg. 293-1283 BC. APARTMENTS AVAILABLE 1, 2, 3 bedroom units For Info call MS-IOIB or a04-0a77 a a.tn. to • p.m. 7 Days ) CAtA M AUCIA APTS MAM II APTS W ayartiiaei HENDERSON PLAZA APTS. TSOCoMorSt. Hondoraon, Novoda, 86S-7S12 2 bdrm., unfumlshod^ pool A play yard. Noar achools A ahoppktgT ft— Cablo TV. from S348 month W Bob Olsen Realty & Insurance Inc. 19 6 Wkttr St., Hmknm] i MODERATELY PRICED-AD Term. Considered Only $69,000 for ow IJSOO a^. h.SBrl 4 batka with ealaived heow on. large pool sised comer lot. Moat ap' pUaacM, apgraded featorM. LAKE VIEW LOT-AU atflMaa-fMdy, to boUd. 2.5 ACRES off LA. Hwy. $45,000 or offer Good Tcnu. AN EYE TO THE PUTURE-GOOD I>fVESTMENT-OOOD LIYINO S Br Brick HoMM oa Iwge CoonvcUri Zooed lot. Only $55,000. Good liviag sad good iDvastmcBt. Low iatanat laaa. Good Aawmptlea. 37 ACRES LARGE OR SMALL PARCELS-INDUSTRIAL ZONEDAO atiUtioa AvaOaMa. SPACIOUS HOME ON COUNTRY CLUB COURSE 0ar 4.001 aq. ft. 4 Br, 4 iii B i*i u wlk aal IKlt WdMa Oaaak. S REAL ESTATE jfHftlA^MKada nona, owmmng poo, spa, Indoor aauna. 189,900, CaN rtHf 8 PM 293-4/w BC. LolfbrsaleSacMonIO, 120 X 135, am imtm tMM*: 56 5'>613ava8o WBBKCIIOS. for sale: Pafinimp duplex, spacious, dean 2 bdrm units off Calvada Blvd Country club privHeges. Assuniablc M52ndat8Vk%10% With only $7000 down you can have poaitiva cash flow or liva in one unit for only $260 mo. Lai's talk a?a42 eves. Brand new home w/10 ft satellite dish Never lived in.' 1270 sq ft 2 bdrm, 2 bth, pick your carpet, t)lock wall, 1 car garage Tile ttiroughout kitchen & bath Sprinklers, automatic. Many custom leatures Too much to mention Can Steve, 361-6787, leave message House for Sale: 3 bdrm, 2full bths, Ig family rm, wood burning stove, fenced yard w/covered patio, new sprinkler system $58,000 Ph 564-5141 or 565-6905 Manufactured Home For Sale. ...By owner, 2 BR 2 BA m LOHO Mounaw) esMNaa, a private all adult community wtth pod, spa & ckjbhouse. Fantastic lake view witti 1896 sq ft Breakfast bar counter, pantry, large walk-in closet, and sitting room off Master Bedroom Snooker tat)le is available Must see to appreciate. Anxious to sell Reduced to $119,500. 507 Lake Havasu Lane, Boulder City (702)293-0620 Highland HHIs Home, 2 story Bravo, 4 bdrm, 2'/i bth, fenced, landscaped Clean & assumable VA loan, $89,900 Ph 565 1415 FOR SALE 1 acre, located on comer Arroya Grande St, and Aqua Lane 565 8893 2 bdrm, 1 bth, Henderson starter or rental Out of state owner w* be m town Sat, 5/21, to sell this good condition 2 bdrm home Nice floor plan, oversized 2 car garage FHA assumable loan. Presently rented—same tenant 3 yrs Call 564-3934 sives and leave message Owner will call you Sat AM to show. CondQ for sale by owner: 1,200 plus sq ft. All appliances, 3 bdmi, 2 full batn 9V?% assumable loan, no qualifying $5,000 down. Pymfs $606 mo Call' 5653227 Cool quiet mobile home on 1 acre, near Brian Head, Utah 3 hrs from Las Vegas, i Call 801 586-3141 • WANT TO KNOW what your property is worth' Free market analysis CaB ROGER 293 2939, Realtor Coldwell Banker/Anchor Realty HIGHLAND HILLS BARGAIN $3,000 cash down, $750 mo. 4 bdrrn, 2W bth, move in corxJitwn Principals I'only. Impact Realty, 731 5556. This week's speaal. $2,000 cash down Monthly pymt betow rent 3 bdrm, 2 bth Pnncipals only. Impact Realty, 731-5556 CUSTOM TWO STORY. 4 bdrm, 3 ba. 2^00 M. ft. H acre lot. Priced below appr a iaal, will carry paper 29MS82. BC. FOR SALE sun porch 3 bdrm, new patnt, carpet and lineoleum. Priced to sell! Laureen REALTY WORLD DESERT SUN REALTY 293-2151 WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME? Cal for a free market analysts to Krxiw what your home is worth on todays market Call Evelyn Pkimb 564-5142 or 565-3723 or stop by CENTURY 21 JR REALTY, 204 W Pacifc, Henderson Heritage Vista Condo, price reduced to $66,900. MIer desperate All apptianoes stay Need quick sale. Century 21-JR Realty, ask lor Mary 564-5142 Of 564-7908 LCMI GREEN VALLEY-Coaatry QobCaatoa HoM Lat. Ready to baiM. Eaay Offlee Space For IMI IMUfNMIIMV! fH)rMlKSaotlon27,cudofTi homa. 3 bdrm, 1M Mi, 8 HfaplaoM, oovarad palio. ittacnad garage. Block wall, AMumana ^(]ua*y*no ^HA loan, Ph 805-8008 SACRIf^Eovara.OOOiq n, kit only, Famaalio view of lake Mead. Reduced to { $99,900. Owner Iteensee 293<1613 anytime Terms. BC $46SQ.nr.lNBOULDER77 Won't iaMI 4 bdrm 3 batti plus endoeed oarage. Plus large family room. flV parking. Desert landscapina. Lewis Home. $99,500 293-0006, BC. •too. "U Repair". Alw tax Wlnquert property. CaN 06-44.9533Eiri475for Info. "OOLP COURSE al baokl yard. 3 bdmi, 2 balh, garaga, low energy & upkeep. se5io ONE INDUSTRIAL BUItDINQ IN A CM ZONED DEVELOPMENT Locat^ at WOUB and Induatrial Rd. The 2,000 aq. ft. bldg. is all maaonry. 2 story deaign. Evap coolod with 400 Amp capability. The building has 2,000 aq. ft outitfda pavemanl. Stcnrage araa oould be converted into a building. 293-2202 or 293-1978 BC. NEED TO SELL YOUR HOU8E7 WE WILL BUY IT NOW? (^ 293-1613 QJL "Omit" dtb. lac fan nooa M COIVIMERCIAL CONDO FOR I SALE 600 aq ft Owner will I carry. Atk for Laureen I 293-2151 R6ALY WORLD | DESERT SUN REALTT FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR 1 BA Utility room and basement can be used as third liedroom and familyroom. New roof, new kitchen. $6e.P0O. Can 293-4610 BC. WHV F^Wt WMEN YOU I CAN BUY? Unsure of what | you can do' Put your rent dollars into equity in your own home! Let's get you prequalified at no cost to you. Call Evelyn Plumb, CfENTURY 21 JR REALTY, 564-5142 or 565-3723 or stop by 204 W Pacifk:, Henderson BgAUTIPUL •OULOillCITY VUwOfTIIIVa IKFmi QeW Cem y. l.i ao aq^n 3 eitra Ig. iNhiiia, S batna. Including a huMupatairs Niaater aulta. Nice pod a 1 car garage many mCALL STS-MIt CUSTOM HOME NEARLY COMPLETE 1,810sq ft,3bdrm, 2V2 bth, on Vi acre, zoned RE. Quality home includes dual pane windows, tile roof, 3 car fintstied garaged, circular driveway, and many more upgrades. Above Qoif Course, near Black Mtn. $111,900. Principals only CaU S73-9919 aia WATBK ST. HiNBKRaeN. HKVADA acoia COMMERCIAL DIVISI6M 9.46 AC—ladastrlal property in fast growlaf area of HemieraoB. 2.5 AC-R-1 property located oa Palo Verde IB HeBdenwB near LDS Chapel aad Baale High School. 13.8 AC-wlth 2.400 aq ft metal buildiflg located in Southeast Idaho will aell or coasider exchange for Soathera Nevada property. 2.03 ACoa Boalder HWY. Prime locatfcm approx. 329 ft. froBtage with 3 crb cU aad BMridtea et. Aloii. Adletaiag property 2 Jl AC. Approx. 27,000 sq. ft. of bidga. C 2 Zoning. i 2.16 AC \^nH 600* FRONTAGE ON BOULDER HWY. C-2 aoning ExcelleBt locatioa, heavy traffic connt. INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY ON SUNSET. Approx. 6.7 AC. east ef CaaMTOB. Fast GrawlBg Areal 10.46 ACRES OF PRIME INDUSTRIAL LAND Currently beiag used as a wrecking yard. Coatains office, storage buildings, and tire storage. BOULDER HWY. FRONTAGE .76 acrea of conn mcrdal with 200* of Headcrson Boulder Hwy. froatage. Located betweea two shoppiag centers. 1.82 AC. INDUSTRIAL Located on the comer of Athol and Warn Springs, ooe bloch off Boulder Hwy. Improved with 3 buildiags and fenced. MORE BOULDER HWY. lOO'X 125' lot in Headerson oa Boakkr Hwy. An atilitias la tito strest Allay access la rear. COMMERCIAL CENTER. 10 store shoppiag ceatcr oa busy Nellis Blvd. with high traffic count. One current vacaacy. Buildiug is one year old and in excelleat shape. ICONMERCIAL-IMDUSTRIAL-LAND-CONSULTING COMMERCIAL SPECIALISTS BT OWNER 4 bdrm or 3 and den. One Story Del Prado. Pool, spa 6 RV parking. $125,000. Assumable or 909b financing. CaU 293-4406. BC. OBX MBMBLL PBGGY COLB RETIREMENT SPECIAL-Two beikeoai, 1 bath foreaeycaaahou aeh eep ta gdsaw t laadecapedyatd, aad aaper large 2 car garage for veUdco A workshop-a best bay at 1644100. REDUCED, REDUCED-Highly apgraded 2 story home la Highland Hills—f oar bedroom, garage wHh workshop—BMay ameaitlea—call Jaelde for appt. 24' WIDE MOBILE HOME-^ iu lat-fow bedroo m —great for faadly—ch>ae ta achoela—Price drastically redacML Call Pat for details. GREAT A8SUMABLB LOAN ONTHIS DOUBLE LOT CUSTOM HOME IN SEC. 27-MoBatafaM to the froat, dty HghU to the rear. Two way fireplace, built-in spa—aU appliances A much, much more. HORSE PROPERTY-AwaH wtaaiag 3 bedroom mobile home oa ^ acre lot—eqaestriaa adighbarhood has a riding paddock. Ideal conatry locatloa-oaly momeaU to Freeway access. Call Eva for details. GREAT STARTER HOME-Nice three bedroom, one bath home—walking distsace to elsmeatwy school—unique one owner home—s best buy at oaly $49,950. Call Richie for aU details. Nevsda State Board Moaey is Available—Call Us For Details. FREE INFORMATION ON HOW YOU CAN BUY A "FHA" OR "VA" OWNED HOME. JR REALTY 204 W. Padfle 564-6142 Put your trust in Number One: Mil • and "•Cantury 21 Raal EstaM Corporation Equal Housing Opportunily woawaofMUY oWNeo ANO onwm WsBt to live in luxury? This hom is perfect from the tile roof to the strawberries A roses. Taateful decor. 3 bdrm, 2 bth, lush carpeting, oak cabinets, RV psrkiag. Truly elegant. Qwaer wants smaller $90,000. Move right into this kively 3 bdna, Isrge country Utcben. Rehab, better than new home. Sprinklers, trees, $69,600. TROnCANA REALTY 565-9272 or 456-4040 Ask for Dale HANDS TIED FOR LACK Of CASH? INSTANT CASH lat.. 2nd., 3rd MORTQAQES-TRUST DEEDS TnMt 0900 PTOMMIW wenaaoLVE KOZAL's 736-7006 or 970-0486 COLOUieU. BANKCR U RUUMI M9-B7S7 umtaaMamamammamamM When you demand the best from yourself, you have a right to expect the same from others. FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 br, 2 ba. home on quiet cul-de-sac, close to schools. Al. siding, new paint & appliances. Asking $87,500. Ph. 293-5898 after 4 pm. B.C. BY OWNER SfMckMJt custom 4 BR BC honw. Newly romocMsd wid upQfwtod. Pool, mountain view. Double garage. Fireplace. Great for entertaining ineide and out. Many amenltiee. 293-2660 BC. BEST LAND BUY -BY A DAMSTBIh4.6 acres across the street horn Dome Realty Development. Plans included 345' Frontage!! $450,000 DOME REALTY 110 Mavada Naiy.. aa-11B anyema m QARRETT-QREATER NEVADA PROPERTIES, INC. 854 Nvada Highway m] 293-3333 '^ PRICE REDUCED—Prcatigioaa Custom Lakeview home. High devatioa firaa view of mawatalwa. vailcya. Flexible floor plan doai g aed for aO M^ tmmlimiB. Dark ckorry-flaished beam cdUng creataa diatinetHa ttmmttktf. ITiNwaiia nae of fine woodwork. Four BR, 1% BA. OOSNEl LOT faroMtam bM with view of Lake Mead, movntaios. ^'•• • f* Ai tity aarvtaaa. Laia ahada tiaaa and atoae walk ghre priracy. Plona^ring, Raal Ettata Slnca 1947 Etton M. QarraU, brokar 293-2839 Frad Dunham 293-1318 Mxpmrttwd Propmriy Mmnmgmnwnt U9iwlth U9 for motion SUPER STARTER HOME with 2 bodraoaw, IVi batha, dea or posaible 3rd bednn, 1 car garage. Ready to move into. $77,900. DONT PASS UP THIS HOME, SEE TODAYI Foar bwlrooma, 1V batba, famfly room, apgraded carpeting, beantifuUy landacaped. S109,900. BUY NOW & ENJOY SUMMER two atory VUla Del Prado home, extra large lot, pool, RV parking $139,900. PARADISE IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD weU maintained Lewie home with 4 bedrooms, V* bathe, laundry area, 2 car garage. $100,900. LARGE CORNER LOT with secluded patio eofrounded with tall Italian cypreaa. lots of parking, storage/workshop are just aome of the featnn^ of this mobile home in adult estates. Two bedroom, family room, foraial dining, 2 batha. inside laundry. $96,000. DEL PRADO TWO BEDROOM-One owner and shows TLCI Heated pool and spa, comer lot, EZ maiteaaace, assumable 8.5% VA loan. $86,600 includoa one year home protection plan. OVERLOOKING the dty on over Vi acre four bedroom custom homa. Family room with atrium, fireplace and wet bar, walk-in pantry, exer€Mt room, game room and lots more. Shown by appt only, call Katie to seel $460,000. YOUR FAMILY WILL ENJOY LIFE in this 4 bedroom, 2Vii bath, custom home, in a beautiful B-Hill actting. Stone fireplace b family room, large master bedroom, exercise pool and spa, arc amoag the maay advantagsa. Redaosdl $176,000. LOWEST PRICE IN AREAI $74,600 for 2 badroom 2 bath hi adult mohUe hoBie eatatao. &Z laadaeape to —*i can leave for summer and ao worrioa. GREAT PRICE ON THIS MOBILE HOME with view of mountains and sooM view of lake. Two bedroonu, 1 '4 baths, maintenance free desert landacaping and ample parking. $87JiOO. A HOME YOUR FAMILY WILL LOVE. 3,970 a^. ft. 6 bdrms., 2Vi batha. Pool and q^ plaa R.V. parUag. $199,600. LAKE TERRACE TOWNHOU8E-3 bedroom 2 fall bath, aae of pool, spa, taaais coarta, two car garage. $128,900. v/ 'I MOBILE HOME ADULT AREA OVERLOOKING THE LAKE. ''rilll^'*'*''** • '*'***^'^ "'•P'**'"^ "*<^ ai. tOOAM. RESIDENTIAL INCOME PROPERTY Two I lbathhoaaa,plna detached stadio apartment. $77,600. Call for dataib. BUY TODAY thia axoallsat vahM. Poor plex located eaatraOy, waH mi^ taiaad aad has axiatiBg FHA loaa. $102,000. EXPECT THE BEST COLDWELL BANKER ANCHOR REALTY 501 Nev. Hwy., B.C. Call 24 hrt 293-5757 TOLL FREE 1-600-453-1860 Ext. 310 r 0Md aMl Opiratod MMfev if CiUiidl • Mhv iMUalW AOataiM. IM -^-=ji Mv H 1988 EVERYBODY ^ 's FSBO REAL ESTATE iSi 1 aaaLalaaflad {aa ahaaM ladar CaO fmnmrrmiaxM. AdaltriaiTi fill • hi BaaMw CKy. I badtanM. IH kaiha, RMit MNiaa. lab MMOO r mair lb.' BEST WY11LAKEMTN. ESTATES Mutt rtloeatt. Bautlful new 1988 •HvarorMt 2 bdrm 2 ba. InoludM many upgradaa. Nloa vlaw from poroh. Oulat atraat. Drywali finlahad. Extra Inauiatlon thruout. 1,244 aq. ft. Full 1 yr wa^ ranty from manufaotura. told ntffv for $97,000. Priod to aaH at $88,800. By ownar. Call Jan to aaa. 203-1027. BC. PRK8IDINTS CLUB MILLION DOLLAR CLUB Joaie OI)D. Q.R.I, REALTOR RBSIDBNTIAL SPBCIALIST RES. (703) JACK MATTHeWf REALTY IP YOa ARB THINKING OF LISTINQ, CALL THE ORBEN VALLEY SPBaALIST, J08IE OLSON Spaeiallzing In Handaraon Propartlaa For Nina Yaara OTYUtH CU6T0M 3 BORM 2 BATH Family room a Formal IMng room aolar Pool ft Spa Naar Hoapltal ft Shopping tiaS.SOO BY OWNER •04 Montara Lana a.C. 203-49e4 293-6014 dt ASSOCIAflT IS2S Ariaeaa Street •Boulder City, 89005 HOMI-LAND^BtJSINESS INVESTMENT CONSULTANTS PROPERTY MAN AGEMENT BOuiDHl JB!W X: MARINA DRIVE CUSTOM-View lake from one of the fineat crafted homes in town. Over 4,000 sq. ft. includes nuin living suites and guest or housekeepers quartan. 3 car garages and RV parking. Call for more info. SAN FELIPE COURT Has privacy plus. OverlooliB dtjr and mountains, yet secluded with decorative lighted block walls. Covered patio area for large parties. Indoor living area has almost 2,700 sq. ft. w/4 bedrooms. 2V4 baths. Basement family room. 3 car garage and covered RV parking. $276,000. I SELL/LEASE OP^N. On golf course, 4 hdrm 2^1 bath. OverZ/^'^Aft. Livhig area plua 2 car garage. Has ^^€0^^ '^^r bedroom overlooking golf courac^i^^^ced $149,600 or try lease optioni EXTRA SPACE is what this 4 BRl V4 BA family home has. $107,500. LAKE MTN ESTATES over 1,700 sq. feet. OverkwUng Lake Mead. Comer lot. $121,960. LARGE HOME ON PINTO 4 bdrm, 2>/i hath, over 2,100 sq. ft. Uving area $99,600. REDUCED GROUND FLOOR CONDOBoalder Square, 2 bdrm condo, newly carpeted, conveniently located. Priced at $67,600. CORNER LEWIS garaga. Mov4a 6^ BRlV4bath.2car 109.000. FRONT PORCH CHARM Roaa bushes, shade tree, 3 BR 2 BA familyroom. 3 car separate garage. $80,600. READY TO MOVE Income property 6 unite. Maha offer, tradet for ducka, horaea, motor home, out of stete property, etc. Call Bart Hyde. CONDITION CONDITION Thia one is greati 6 year yoang 2 BR 1V BA $974100. I HISTORIC PERIOD BRICK One of a Und. Complete w/haaenaat. 4 BR 2 atory on private kaoU in heart of town wMew of lake. $189,600. MARITA HASP00L3BR W* BA Familyroom. RV parUag. AU for $112.0(1). DON^ MISS THIS 4 BR IV4 BA 2 car garage Froit trees, roae gardaaa, outdoor lighted patio laadjr for apa $108,300. LAKE MEAD VIEW Baantiful boildiBg lot ea khaeida al VUla Oraade WSJOfVL RENTALS AVAILABLE 2 4 3 BDRMS CaU for FREE MARKET ANALYSIS of year home. •i (Pat Baiateart .2084040 Aalta Hyde 293-2144 ^Uada Kwfmaa 2834008. BebLaageria 2834168 > Jerry MarahaU 294-1688 AathoayWtata 293-7969 Bartoa Hyde, Broker 293-2144 2 oaf oarage, Ce idl^i SPOTLESS INSIDE AND OUTIt-Beaatifal 8 bedreoa ewtea, H of parkiag, laadeeaped, feaced, large couatry Utchea, pleaty el aU terma wiU be eoaalderedl $1094NI0. BACK ON THE BfARKBTII-Ont ct etate • 1% bath, hage cal-deaac lot, 2 car garage with i locatioa toell $66,000 AFPORDABLEII I ta backyard end I A GIVE AWAY PRICCtt-WeO kept, a pgr aded, 8 h sdrsa^, IV* balft. 8 aae garage, landacaped, eeOsr aMtlvated, no qualifyiag, low iatereet leaa, er aow Haaaciag. Priced to seU $64,900. INVESTOR SELL OUTII-Nies 4 bedroom, 2 fuO hatka, f sat kwatioa, covered parkiag, with adiBtioaal storafe esea, aa owner will help with the fiaaadag by way of aegotiaUe dewa appraiaal prieedlll INSTANTLY APFEAUNO-Beaadfal hoam b a adet eaMaaae. A 81 2 bath teith e etey dowB HviiV roeai aad flreplaea. Beaattfal kkdhea wMk a ssr> aer wiadow ever aiak wych adda late of Ugkt Iwtk teae deear, varilad a* lags far a apedoaa fesl^. HoaM is tte aew. Yaa win laea Ikb SM. Cdi a see today. MULTI-ZONED PROPERTY-Knee 8 klfcila^ 1 R-2 with poteatial iiiiwaiaiiial Pliasd to ssB sM fast NEEDS A LITTLB TLC—Matare I I e little work. Located la dM Traet 11 OOMMBRICAL PE0PIKTY-2ir el with excelleat poteatiaL Call today for i C-8 We Service Our Listings and.. a Guarantee It!! 18 Water Ste (702) 564-2515 ffflgri EACM orncE n INDEKNOCNTU ammo ANoonaATm -^— I r t M' • ^ ''^r-^ I iiT^sp_iniB,i"afffe?tH'.7>'HWP'W"nTT^BlfW^Bl| ^^^ WHW^-UJWWff^'-W.W'^'f^'^^,''^^

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• ^r^w"-^".^^ • ^F^iF.i^.^r^F^F^^F.^^^^ ^^PWI ^^^ • ^PWI^^^P >af • 14 Henderson Home Nowi, Hondtriqn, Nevada IK^DG '^^^ISOO'isyours ^^ Si 0,733.20, less $500 factory rebate SAVE VjfVl $1837. 10,233 or mo.^' "^^ m 'Lease a new Daytona for $159 tax 60 pmts of $159* $9 54 tax Res $2642 50. cash/trade equity on delivery $1401 19 OAC #9129 Gloth & vinyl buckets w/dual recliners, carpet protectors, rear shelf, 4 sp., bodyside midqs. & much more! #8171. Retail $7939, sale price $6995, less $500 factoity rebate.SAVE $744 '88 DODGE COLT E 3 DR. or mo. 'Lease a new Colt lor $88 -* tax 60 pmts of $88 $5 28 tax. Res $177212, cash/trade equity on delivery $2224 57 OAC #8171 Cloth interior, auto.. 318 V8 EFI eng am/fnn stereo, pwr steering #8300 Retail $12,160. sale pnce $10,599. less $1000 factory rebate SAVE $2561 DODGE D100 SHORTBED PICKUP 9099 or 159 mo. • LeaseaNewDl00for$159 • tax 60 pmfs of $159 -H $9 54 lax Res $2895 77 cash /trade equity or> delivery $1589 85 OAC #8300 • PERIODICALS DESK NW ST. LIB. CAPITOL COMPLEX CARSON CITY NV 897in |a 30M80 0,-3.-83^ %%,.eg See pages six and seven HENDERSON Mmmwrlta Day May 30 NEVADA'S INDUSTRIAL CENTER Volume 39.42nd Edition Hendetson, Nevada THE COMMUNITY'S NEWSPAPER 25€ 22 Water St 564-1881 Thonday. May 28. 1988 I front cloth & vinyl recliners, 5 sp., 2.2 liter EFI ena., tinted glass, air, much more. #8614. Retail $10,444, sale pnce $9801.45. less $500 factory rebate. SAVE $1142. '88 DODGE DAKOTA S Fully equipped 5 sp., air. pwr steering. #9128. Retail $10,124 SAVE $1429. Lease a new Dakota for $109 tax 60 pmts of $109 -i$6 54 tax Res $2680 96. casti/lrade equity on delivery $199288 OAC #9155 Mi 5 sp 2.0 eng., pwr. steering. Great little truck! #8851. Retail $8327, sale price $7273, less $500 factory rebate. SAVE $1554. '88 DODGE D50 PICKUP i or $1 SERVICE^ DEPTS. ON 'Lease a new Ram 50 for $99+ tax 60 pmts of $159+ $5.94 tax Res $2029 87. cash/trade equity on delivery $1815.37 OAC. #8851 BOTH SIDE$ OF TOWN! 4600 W. TROPIGMA f 460 N. BOOLOER HWY. SERVICE OEPT. NRS. T-6 Ma..Fri. BS4-217T BEST KEPT SECRET IN US VE6IS... ..THE BEST CAR BUYS ARE IN HENDERSON ^ TAKE THE RIDE TO PRIDE S SAVE WHERE A GOOD DEAL GETS \ EVEN BEHER! \ 460 N. BOULDER HWY ^ FREE ESTIMATES FREE SHUnii SERVICE TO US VE8IS I BPULDER CITY HENDERSON 1-6054 CHRYSLER COflPORATHW'S PROnCTKM PUN 7 YR., 70,000 MILE WARRANTY On power tram of every new domestic Chrysler Corp. car, it's yours free Other dealers charge hundreds of dollars more tor this type of warranty 'Can Citizens offered 'last cliance' to comment on new highway by Mike O'Callaghan Memorial Day, to be celebrated next Monday, is the day to recall the sacrifices made by the men and wofnen who died when fighting for our country. This is also an excellent time to say a few extra prayers for the two men who died and be thankful that more people were not killed or seriously injured when Pepcon exploded. As a child, it was the day we went to a nearby cemetery to put flags on the graves of the soldiers killed fighting in the Civil War, Spanish-American War and World War I. Veterans of the Grand Army of the Republic oftentimes appeared in their Civil War uniforms to pay tribute to fallen comrades. It was, for a child, also a day of homemade ice cream and fresh lemonade. Since then thousands of Americans have faUen in WWII, Korea, Vietnam and in several smaller scrapes that have taken place in recent decades. So let's take time next Monday and pray for our friends and relatives who made the supreme sacrifice for the rest of us. Oh, along with the prayers a little ice See One Man's View page 2 by Katherine E. Scott Home News Staff Writer The public meeting for the Boulder Highway Beautification project has been postponed from Tuesday to June 6. That meeting provides Henderson residents the last chance to suggest ideas for development along Boulder Highway before the consultants begin developing the final concept for the project. One more meeting v/ill be held before tlie design development begins in July. Developers from Howard, Needles, Tammen and Bergendoff are seeking pubUc input and have distributed a questionaire. Henderson voters approved the project based on a concept designed by James Montgomery Engineers. However, project leaders pointed out that concept was simply to show the possibilities for Boulder Highway. The project being designed by HNTB may have some similarities but it may also be different. Doug Mann, the Phoenix firm's project manager, said there could be a trail along the road, but doubted there will be recreation areas. Cost considerations are a major factor, he said. They also are a factor in a possible expansion of the project's scope. Some people have voiced a desire to extend the boundary past Horizon Drive. Mann said that could be designed, with the actual work to be done some time in the future. "If you,go ahead and treat something now, what happens when it gets torn up (during construction)?" he queried. New commercial developments and extension of the Henderson Freeway are expected within the next several years south of Horizon Drive. Representatives from MarCor, which plans to develop the Old Vegas property on Boulder Highway, were scheduled to make a presentation at the proSee highway page 3 IDEAS FOR BOULDER HIGHWAY-Citizens have one more chance to voice their opinions how Boulder Highway should look after the long-awated beautification project is completed. Among slides shown by developers for possible ideas was this with rocks used where water would flow during heavy rains. Other slidea showMl ase of jflowera far aiiar highlights and combinations of desert and green lail^k^bping. The next public meeting is scheduled 6 p.m. June 6 at the Henderson Convention Center. Henderson votes nearly three-to-one for school bonds by Mark Brennan Howe News Staff Writer Clark County voters Tuesday decided in favor of a $600 milhon bond that will fund a ten-year school building plan. The decision, which came about following a special election, will set off construction of 77 new schools in the county over the next ten years. About 40 percent of the county's voters turned out to push the bond issue through by more than a 2-1 margin. The final unofficial count 'was 39,544 votes for the plan and 18,968 against it. The plan will bring 12 new schools to Henderson over the next ten years. Two senior high schools, three junior high schools, and seven elementary schools will come to the area with a price tag of about $100 million. Construction of a new senior high school in Green Valley could begin by year's end. Ray WiUis, a public information officer for the school district, said support from communities like Henderson was a key in the bond issue passing. "We feel very good about the results," Willis said. "A preliminary look around the county suggests that Henderson was even more supportive of the issue than some of the closer areas. "We're very pleased about that," Willis added. "We feel that cements a mandate fnmi the pubUc for quality facilties." Returns in Henderson indicate the need for new schools in the area. Unofficial results from Tuesday's election show nearly a 3-1 ratio of Henderson voters favored the building plan. The unofficial figures, according to the Clark County Election Department, show 3,846 votes in Henderson for the bond issue^d 1,385 against it. Mary Beth Scow, a member of the Estes McDoniel PTA See vote page 3 Local Memorial Day program at Palm Ctiapel Henderson's'annual Memorial Day program will be conducted at Palm Chapel Monday, May 30 at 11 a.m. The program is again sponsored by veterans organizations, particularly the Ladies Auxihary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3848 and the American War Mothers of Henderson. There will be special messages and music by the volunteer participants. The main speaker willjDe Carl Pyatt, analyst for the Nevada Power Company. Music will be presented by soloist Margaret Quinn, accompanied by Ethel Pfeif fer at the organ. The BeU Choir from the Latter-Day Saints Church will play their hand balk in special patriotic music. They are directed by Steve Brandhead. The players are Susan Campbell, Jolene Augspurger, Merlane Anderson, Lorraine Gray, Marilyn Eves, Marsh Rose, Shelley Beling^iwi, Judy Boyle, Kathe Cecil, Charlene Black, Carolyn Zack, Mary See Palm ptge 3 THURSDA Y INSIDE Public or private paramedics? see page 2 Legion baseball preview see page 17 Angry residents traclcing trains see page 9 i WEATHER Thoraday. High 98 Low 65 ^ • v*^yrTV • Jppill i Mii i Mnn yii yww' 'iwi 'lif"! _.___j_-V MM